A print from 2010 by Nicolas Lampert of justseeds produced for Iraq Veterans Against the War's Operation Recovery campaign.

A print from 2010 by Nicolas Lampert of justseeds produced for Iraq Veterans Against the War's Operation Recovery campaign.

After a Successful Colonization The Mother Ship Lands by Janet Koenig. Scanned from UPFRONT - A Publication of PADD (Political Art Documentation / Distribution), Nos. 12/13, Winter 1986-87, New York.

After a Successful Colonization The Mother Ship Lands by Janet Koenig. Scanned from UPFRONT - A Publication of PADD (Political Art Documentation / Distribution), Nos. 12/13, Winter 1986-87, New York.

A printed flyer by The Street Harassment Project in New York City from the late 1990s.

A printed flyer by The Street Harassment Project in New York City from the late 1990s.

An interesting and obscure poster project for Reagan’s Presidential re-election campaign by Wit McKay, scanned from the magazine Lightworks, issue number 17, Birmingham, Michigan, 1985. 

An interesting and obscure poster project for Reagan’s Presidential re-election campaign by Wit McKay, scanned from the magazine Lightworks, issue number 17, Birmingham, Michigan, 1985. 

Don’t Mourn - Organize. Scanned from Women: A Journal of Liberation, Volume 4, #2. Published in Balto, Maryland, circa 1971.

Don’t Mourn - Organize. Scanned from Women: A Journal of Liberation, Volume 4, #2. Published in Balto, Maryland, circa 1971.

A sticker supporting G.I. resistance printed by Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) and Justseeds. Undated (probably 2011).

A sticker supporting G.I. resistance printed by Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) and Justseeds. Undated (probably 2011).

The Yes Men in Judgement Day, written and illustrated by Rebecca Migdal with the collaboration of Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonnano, undated, circa 2010.

The Yes Men in Judgement Day, written and illustrated by Rebecca Migdal with the collaboration of Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonnano, undated, circa 2010.

From the new book published by Half Letter Press: Revolution as an Eternal Dream: the Exemplary Failure of the Madame Binh Graphics Collective by Mary Patten.
“Attica: The Struggle Continues” by the Madame Binh Graphics Collective (Laura Whitehorn lead designer), NYC, 1979-1980.
Don’t forget their contest! Reblog this post for a chance to win a signed copy of this book.

From the new book published by Half Letter Press: Revolution as an Eternal Dream: the Exemplary Failure of the Madame Binh Graphics Collective by Mary Patten.

“Attica: The Struggle Continues” by the Madame Binh Graphics Collective (Laura Whitehorn lead designer), NYC, 1979-1980.

Don’t forget their contest! Reblog this post for a chance to win a signed copy of this book.

(Source: halfletterpress)

This flyer was found inside a free newspaper box in downtown Chicago in May, 2009 shortly after the deadly DUI incident described. Stickers also appeared, further attempting to make police accountable for the crimes they commit on or off duty.

This flyer was found inside a free newspaper box in downtown Chicago in May, 2009 shortly after the deadly DUI incident described. Stickers also appeared, further attempting to make police accountable for the crimes they commit on or off duty.