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We Can’t Drink Their Money!*

A re-imagining of a popular slogan! I designed this first, one color iteration of this poster in 2012, for the now-disbanded, Pittsburgh-based Shadbush Environmental Justice Collective’s Shalefield Reporter newspaper. The graphic appeared as the full spread back page of the paper, appropriate for wheatpasting or hanging in the front window of the home, office, or school.

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A white against black poster which states in large bold lettering: “We can’t drink their money”. An asterisk is added at the end of this sentence. Below, the asterisk continues, and in smaller type it states: “or benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, naphthalene, xylene, 2-butoxyethanol, hydrogen fluoride, ethylene glycol, hydrogen chloride, formaldehyde, etc. Resist Hydro-Fracking!” An image of a gallon water jug is hanging upside down, and one drip of liquid comes out.

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