All around the world, people are rising up to take action for climate justice and stop the money pipeline. If we stop the flow of money then we stop the flow of oil.
In this kit are some resources to make strong visuals and art to carry our messages and make our actions stronger and more visible. Making art together is also a good way to involve people and build community.
Art Kit Link: bit.ly/peoplenotpolluters
In the art kit you will find:
- #PEOPLENOTPOLLUTERS ART
- Sign Designs (Downloads and Tips)
- Songs, Chants & Music
- Painting Flags & Banners
- Parachute Banners
- Stencils for Signs & Flags
- Street Murals
- Group Photo Tips
Work by justseeds artists Aaron Hughes, Fernando Martí, Josh MacPhee, Paul Kjelland, and Sanya Hyland
IMAGE 1: Fists are raised out of a drawing of smoke stacks and oil pipelines in red and yellow. “PEOPLE NOT POLLUTERS” is illustrated within.
Image 2: A mirror image where above are two white hands raised toward the word “PEOPLE”. Below those same hands are covered with oil from an oil spill in a desolate landscape, with the words: “NOT POLLUTERS.”
Image 3: A black hand reaches down to pull up a white hand out of the oil spill-polluted waters. An oil rig platform can be seen in the distance.
Image 4: A giant Brown woman with long flowing blue hair is featured in this illustration. Her arm reaches out and pushes at the smoke stacks and infrastructure of an oil refinery. Her hair transforms into tidal waves of ocean water. Her back is populated with the tiny protesting masses with banners and protest signs. “People, NOT Polluters” is written in the sky.
Image 5: A brown and blue duo-toned photograph of several young people with their fists raised, wearing winter clothes. Behind them a building decked with banners and protest signs. “PEOPLE NOT POLLUTERS” is in bold above.