In the last few months there’s been a real upswing in the number of images being posted to our downloadable graphics page. I’m also happy to report that there’s been a similar uptick in the actual use of those images, downloaded by people across the country and around the world for use in street protest against the incoming regime. I’ve corralled a selection from the many, many images either sent to us through firstname.lastname@example.org or hashtagged #justseeds on social media. Please keep on using these things and sending them! It’s great to see proof that art gets the job done, both as a tool for communicating ideas and by creating space for solidarity and common political feeling.
Voces de la Frontera march in Milwaukee, art by Nicolas Lampert and Pete Railand
Voces de la Frontera march in Milwaukee, art by Nicolas Lampert and Favianna Rodriguez
Jamie Holding Eagle and Mia Eh Desh in NYC, art by Pete Railand
Art by Jess Chen in NYC
Art from our graphics page in St. Paul
Photo from @blancotsagaan, image from our graphics page in NYC
Art from our graphics page, including one by Colin Matthes, at the Women’s March in London.
Art by Roger Peet at the rainy inauguration protest in Portland, produced at the First 100 Days PDX event.
Screenprinting workshop at First 100 Days in PDX
Art from PDX protests on Saturday Night Live!