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Shepard Fairey’s Image Problem (tags)
As if Wal-Mart didn’t have enough controversies to deal with, imagine the consternation in the PR war room when news hit that the retail giant was selling t-shirts bearing a Nazi SS skull. As the story unraveled, it turned out that Wal-Mart’s designer had ripped off the image from pop art superstar Shepard Fairey, whose reference for the Gestapo logo was 1960’s “biker culture.” Oops.
call for rad. art (tags)
Attention Radical Artists! CALL FOR ARTWORK to be published in a new book. Deadline: October 31st, 2005 Reproduce and Revolt!: Radical Graphics for the 21st Century Edited by Josh MacPhee Soft Skull Press Reproduce and Revolt! is a graphic toolbox to be launched into the hands of political activists. The book will contain over 300 new and exciting high-quality illustrations and graphics about social justice and political activism for activists to use on flyers, posters, t-shirts, brochures, stencils or any other graphic aspects of political campaigns. All the graphics will be bold and easy to reproduce, in addition to being open source/anti-copyright. The book will come with clear instructions on how to best utilize the images so as to improve the graphic qualities of political campaigns. It will also contain a short history of political graphics, an archive of political flyers and posters throughout history, as well as information about and a bibliography of further reading for all of the social justice issues the art will cover.
"Yo! What Happened to Peace?" (tags)
LA artist John Carr has organized a terrific exhibition of antiwar posters to be exhibited in Boston and New York during the conventions. The show, "Yo! What Happened to Peace?" is currently on display in Cambridge MA until July 30th. From August 6th to September 5th it will be on display in Brooklyn NY. Dozens of artists contributed prints to the show, including Mark Vallen, Winston Smith, Doug Minkler, Seth Tobocman, Favianna Rodriguez, EMEK, Chaz Bojorquez, Mear One, Edward Colver, Eric Drooker... and many others!
Drawing Resistance-A traveling Political Art Show (tags)
Drawing Resistance is a show of two-dimensional artwork by 31 artist/activists from North America.
Drawing Resistance: a traveling political art show (tags)
Drawing Resistance exhibition at Flor Y Canto from June 5 - July 11, 2004.
Drawing Resistance: Political Art Show (tags)
"Tijuanna No!" by Winston Smith. Giclee print of original collage printed on Premium Luster Paper. Original collage is 14" x 48" Smith is one of the artists included in the show.