Category Archives: Graphics for Change

May Day – Something for Everyone to celebrate!

2015 Posters for Peace and Justice wall calendar

Published in the 2015 Posters for Peace and Justice wall calendar.
In 2012 dozens of groups around the country decided to change that. They coordinated a general strike to take place on May Day that year, encouraging people to avoid school and work and to take part in Occupy-inspired protests against economic inequality.
Hugh D’Andrade contributed to the movement with this poster, inspired by a nineteenth-century May Day broadside by Walter Crane. He released the poster online, under a Creative Commons license, and encouraged people to download it and use it as they saw fit. Its reach spread far and wide on blogs, news sites, and community boards.

May 1st, often called May Day, just might have more holidays than any other day of the year. It’s a celebration of Spring. It’s a day of political protests. It’s a neopagan festival, a saint’s feast day, and a day for organized labor. In many countries, it is a national holiday. Continue reading

Graphics for Change

Graphics for Change.

This is one of our featured images in the 2011 Posters for Peace and Justice wall calendar. We now have it in a greeting Card also.

We are proud to continue to champion the Poster designers and their messages in our 2013 Calendar, including a number of worthy political and environmental concepts.

Graphics for Change

Some of the poster designers we are featuring in the 2013 Calendar are Luba Lukova, Micah Ian Wright, Dan McCall, Chaz Maviyane-Davies, Max Temkin and Lalo Alcaraz.