Giclee Print of Vintage Peace Poster from 1968 | Etsy
Joe Simboli designed a set of War/Peace posters in 1968 in response to a call from Herb Lubalin, a well-known NYC art director for Avant Garde magazine, who was sponsoring a "No More War" contest. Deeply affected by his experience at the liberation of Ohrdruf Concentration Camp during WWII, Joe designed the posters as a reflection on the insane nature of war. The Peace design, featuring a dove with the colors of mankind in its tail, represented the USA in a worldwide UN contest. Giclee is a…
25 Stunning Designs with Colourful Overprint Effects
ALL Caps by Ryan Frease I like the overlapping images. Could be good with an outline of a person sitting, or something that reads as stillness.
l'air du temps de Seymour Chwast - l'air du temps de / l'encre des fées
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The Baby Boomers, 1944-53
In their teens and 20s in the Sixties (1964-73; not to be confused with the '60s), and in their 20s and 30s in the Seventies (1974-83; not to be confused with the '70s), the Boomers... Oh, what's the point? We all know exactly who and what the Boomers are. So I'm not going to write a single word about them. I'll just a post a list of some well-known and influential Boomers.
UCreative.com - The Push Pin Way – The Interdisciplinary Work of Seymour Chwast | UCreative.com
A list of contemporary graphic designers would be incomplete without Seymour Chwast. As co-founder of Push Pin Studios with ...
About a hundred years ago, the first time I went to New York, I was invited along to Push Pin Studios by the English illustrator Barry Zaid who had recently been recruited. I was lucky enough to meet co-founder Seymour Chwaste while I was there but disappointingly, Milton Glaser the other founder, incredibly talented designer, illustrator and typographer - and now very famous for creating the I [heart] NY logo, was away at the time, though I did get to have a drink with him in London in the…
Power and Liberty to All
This poster combines two powerful icons into one idea. The raised fist is a symbol of solidarity and support and the Statue of Liberty a symbol of Freedom. "The Power of Freedom" comes with the right to VOTE.
EXTINCTION REBELLION patches
I was asked by one of my followers - the lovely @mamoradiary if I could make prints for the upcoming global strikes and together we decided on clothing patches you can iron on or sew to repair your clothing and make a visual statement for who and what you stand for. They're made with fabric scraps and printed with eco friendly water based inks. ⏳🌎🌍🌏♻️♻️🧵🧵🧵 Following lots of requests I've been making more and am still sending these out, you just need need to cover postage and a very…
Corita Kent Screenprinting pioneer Corita Kent used signs, slogans, and other text-based forms during the turbulent ’60s and ’70s as a form of protest. -Underappreciated Women Art Pioneers of the ’60s