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Gaza Lives

Posted July 31, 2014 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

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I started compulsively drawing patterns after visiting Palestine last Spring. The visual landscape was full of them, beautiful geometric designs covering walls and floors, inside and out. This poster uses one of these patterns I drew out of inspiration. Here is a link to a high-res downloadable version at 11"x17": DOWNLOAD. Feel free to download and use in support of Palestine.

People's Climate March: Downloadable Posters

Posted July 16, 2014 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

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Here are all six of the initial set of People's Climate March posters, ready to download all in one place:

A high-res 11x17 version of Crystal Clarity's poster: DOWNLOAD FILE

A high-res 11x17 version of Nicolas Lampert's poster: DOWNLOAD FILE

A high-res 11x17 version of Josh MacPhee's poster: DOWNLOAD FILE

A high-res 11x17 version of Colin Matthes's poster: DOWNLOAD FILE

A high-res 11x17 version of Favianna Rodriguez's poster: DOWNLOAD FILE

A high-res 11x17 version of Chris Stain's poster: DOWNLOAD FILE

People's Climate March, Sept. 2014! (pt3)

Posted July 15, 2014 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

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And here's the final poster (in this initial set) designed for the People's Climate March, coming up on September 21st. Above is Chris Stain's design. And here is what he has to say about it:

My piece for the project addresses the need for people from all socio economic backgrounds to take a serious look at the current state of our earth. To question how all of our actions from, individual to industry, has an effect on our planet, now and in the future.

Here is a high-res 11x17 version of the poster: please click DOWNLOAD FILE, then print and spread it around!!

People's Climate March, Sept. 2014! (pt6)

Posted July 12, 2014 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

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This week I'm sharing high-res downloadable versions of posters designed for the People's Climate March, coming up on September 21st. Nicolas Lampert's design (original collage by Nicolas, additional design by Josiah Werning) is to the right. And here is what he has to say about it:

My image visualizes the name of the march projected on the side of the United Nations building in NYC. It is an ode to the Illuminator project, the 99% projection/bat signal during Occupy, and the Overpass Light Brigades. The pipelines represent business-as-usual and the influence that the fossil fuel industry asserts on political leaders and climate summits. The statement "Make Fossil Fuels History" represents the call for renewable energy sources and recognizes the historical potential of the People's Climate Mobilization.

Here is a high-res 11x17 version of the poster: please click DOWNLOAD FILE, then print and spread it around!!

People's Climate March, Sept. 2014! (pt5)

Posted July 11, 2014 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

PCM_Matthes_web.jpgThis week I'm sharing high-res downloadable versions of posters designed for the People's Climate March, coming up on September 21st. Colin Matthes's design is to the right. And here is what he has to say about it:

A life jacket provides personal safety during chaotic weather and rising sea levels. Beyond a tool for surviving potential disaster, life jackets represent a measured assessment of potential hazards and a choice to protect yourself. Life jacket can symbolize an organized and effective climate change movement.

Here is a high-res 11x17 version of the poster: please click DOWNLOAD FILE, then print and spread it around!!

People's Climate March, Sept. 2014! (pt4)

Posted July 10, 2014 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

PCM_Clarity_web.jpgThis week I'm sharing high-res downloadable versions of posters designed for the People's Climate March, coming up on September 21st. Crystal Clarity's design is to the right. And here is what she has to say about it:

These Illustrations came from hurricane sandy. They focus on the horrible disparity that was amplified after the storm.  Highlighted, the organized rescue efforts of community based organizers. ( the people's lifeboats). During sandy it became clear to a lot of us that our communities were not really a priority and that those with the means to afford alternative housing or had money and could afford to relocate were able to escape horrific tragedy. Those without this access were left behind in unlivable situations. It shows the struggle of those left without resources who then became resourceful. 

Here is a high-res 11x17 version of the poster: please click DOWNLOAD FILE, then print and spread it around!!

People's Climate March, Sept. 2014! (pt2)

Posted July 8, 2014 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

PCM_Favi_web.jpgLast week I shared a high-res downloadable version of the poster I designed for the People's Climate March, coming up on September 21st, you can see it HERE. This week I'm going to continue to post other artists' designs. First is Favianna Rodriguez's, to the right. And here is what she has to say about it:

I developed this piece to represent an empowered woman of color in a conversation where we are largely invisible. I believe that most visual imagery about climate change does a poor job of speaking to communities of color, communities who are the most affected by environmental destruction and ecological disruption. This piece shows a fierce female standing up for our mother, Pachamama, and defending her family and her home.

Here is a high-res 11x17 version of the poster: please click DOWNLOAD FILE, then print and spread it around!!

People's Climate March, Sept. 2014!

Posted July 3, 2014 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

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I'm excited to have designed a poster for the upcoming People's Climate March and Gathering on September 20/21st this Fall. For the march to be successful, I think we need to reach beyond the people that would already be coming to a climate change event, so I wanted to design a poster that (a) did not immediately look like a classic U.S. political poster, and (b) was funny or strange in some way, and likely to catch people's attention. I couldn't stand the idea of imaging a "protest crowd," so I decided on feet instead—they're quirky and weird, they are what we use to march, and the toes make up a collectivity themselves—their own little crowd.

Here is a high-res 11x17 version of the poster: please click DOWNLOAD FILE, then print and spread it around!!

Megafauna Not Megaloads!

Posted January 29, 2014 by roger_peet in Justseeds Member Projects


If you're paying attention to the horror-story that is the continued development of tar-sands infrastructure in Canada, then you've heard about the megaloads. These are enormous shipments of equipment destined for the tar-sands projects, moving through Pacific Northwest ports and up small highways into Canada. There's been some pretty fierce opposition to these shipments, which is ongoing. The Nez Perce and Umatilla tribes have blockaded roads, activists from Oregon, Idaho and Montana have locked down to the machinery to prevent it moving, and more people are joining in. You can read about some of the opposition on the website of Portland Rising Tide. I made a graphic for the campaign, which you can see above, and you can download a high-resolution copy of to print out and put in your window by clicking on that image and then right- or function-clicking to download.

A 2-color print that I made of the image will be available in the Justseeds store soon!

Milk Not Jails using Justseeds graphic in new campaign!

Posted December 30, 2013 by k_c_ in Art & Politics

I recently pulled out the Voices From Outside portfolio at Interference Archive, when a friend asked me if I knew of any prison related graphics. They were producing a flyer for their organization, Milk Not Jails, and a campaign to reform the Parole system in NYC. While looking through the prints in became obvious that Nicolas Lampert's Missing: 2.3 Million Americans would be appropriate for the campaign, and organization. The graphics exist as downloadable high res files on the portfolios website, here, ready for activists to use them in exactly this way!
Above is the finished-folded flyer that they gave out at Columbus circle, NYC, where people wait for buses late at night to make the trek to visit family and friends in the various prisons upstate.
Read the following for more on their campaign and how you can participate!

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Who Needs Capitalism?

Posted December 16, 2013 by roger_peet in Justseeds Member Projects

Up today on the Justseeds store is a collaboration between myself and fellow Portland artist Nina Montenegro. I thought it'd be appropriate to offer this as a free download, which you can get by clicking on the image and then right-clicking to download. Click here to read more about it and to buy a print.

No Penokee Mine!

Posted August 25, 2013 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

NoMineBietila.jpgHere's a new downloadable graphic from Justseeds' friend Sue Simensky-Bietila, to protest the proposed Penokee Mine in Wisconsin. Just click on the image, and then when it loads at full size, right click and download source image.

Graphics against the Tar Sands

Posted August 2, 2013 by k_c_ in Environment

If you have been paying attention to the news lately you've heard about a lot of human caused ecological disasters related to petroleum extraction; Tar Sands oil spills, exploding train derailments, pipeline leaks, and too much more.
I wanted to highlight some graphics produced by Justseeds members and allies on the Tar Sands for the Resourced Portfolio.

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Designs by Jesse Purcell, left, Colin Matthes, right.

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White Supremacy Acquitted Zimmerman

Posted July 18, 2013 by mary_tremonte in Inspiration

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I've been following all the action in Pittsburgh following the Zimmerman verdict, and the connections to racial injustices locally in Pittsburgh. Yesterday, Pittsburgh folks delivered a letter of demands to the Mayor of Pittsburgh's office, conducting a sit-in for 18 hours when he refused to see them, and then going to the Mayor's house and tacking their demands on his front door, "Martin Luther style."

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Downloadable I am Trayvon Martin Posters

Posted July 15, 2013 by santi in Downloadable Graphics

Download this graphic for free and share widely

I am Trayvon Martin and my life matters.
No Justice, no peace. Viva Oscar Grant! Viva Trayvon! Vivan los presos del estado de California en huelga de Hambre!

Poster collaboration by Justseeds members Jesus, Melanie and Mazatl.

To download in High Resolution click on the Image

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Whistle Blowers Welcome

Posted June 20, 2013 by roger_peet in Downloadable Graphics

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In solidarity with whistle-blowers everywhere, here's a small graphic you can print out and put in your window. Access the high-res version HERE. Share widely!

Hands Off Assata

Posted May 6, 2013 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

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You can download a high-res, 11"x17" version of this poster HERE.

Migration Now! Portfolio finished!

Posted January 18, 2013 by roger_peet in Justseeds Group Projects

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After a year of hard work, the Justseeds/Culture Strike "Migration Now!" portfolio is finally finished! It's a collection of 37 handmade prints from the artists of Justseeds and Culture Strike, addressing the full spectrum of migrant issues, from the drug war to deportation. The portfolio was co-organized by Favianna and Roger, and printed at Mullowney Printing in San Francisco and Flight 64 studio in Portland. Check out the project website for images of the individual pieces, all of which you can download at high-resolution. The portfolio is for sale now in the Justseeds store.

Metropolitan Habitat

Posted July 24, 2012 by shaun in Environment

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Over at Mythological Quarter, cohorts Bonnie Fortune and Brett Bloom are constantly letting loose sharp, well-researched and inspirational projects all over the place, and thankfully documenting them relentlessly! Bonnie most recently designed a series of ten posters: "Metropolitan Habitat" details incidents of animal "encroachment" in urban, human-built environs. Bonnie says: "News stories play these incidents from a few common angles: comedic effect, danger to humans, or the nuisance factor of the animal population. The posters appropriate the language of the news but for me are part of my larger interest in how animals shape and are shaped by our urban spaces. Ultimately, I want to know how human habitat can be better designed to accommodate the inevitable wild life visitors. We should not be surprised when the coyote enters the sandwich shop, rather we could expect it and be prepared for this kind of eventuality." Download each of the posters as PDF's here, and keep your eye on Mythological Quarter.

#YoSoy132

Posted July 6, 2012 by Jesus_Barraza in Downloadable Graphics


The day before the presidential election I was inspired by the #YoSoy132 movement to design a poster about the movement that was started by students who are against the corrupt PRI government and the media conglomerates that control the news in Mexico. It was the way that they took to the streets and demanded a better Mexico that is not controlled by a president who is in the pockets of the multi-national corporations that only think about themselves and the profits they stand to make. Now that the election has passed and the people are dealing fraud and recounts I wait to see what happens next, will the people have to concede that those in power can do what they want or will Mexico surprise us and something unexpected will happen.

To Download the poster Click Here

Wisconsin Downloadable Graphic - Post Recall

Posted June 8, 2012 by colin_matthes in Downloadable Graphics

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Finding inspiration in IWW Labor organizing and Joe Hill…......while thinking about how the uprising in Wisconsin lost it’s way during the huge protest at the capital when the Wisconsin 14 (14 Wisconsin Democratic Senators) came back. That day the energy shifted from a labor central grassroots movement with capital occupations and growing momentum for strikes to recall efforts and electoral politics.

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International General Strike Poster! Cartel para la Huelga General Internacional!

Posted April 30, 2012 by santi in Downloadable Graphics

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Two versions of the same poster.

To download the English Version click HERE.

To download the Spanish Version click HERE.


¡Huelga General Internacional!

Dos versiones del mismo cartel.

Para descargar la version en Espanol haz click AQUI.

Para descargar la version en Ingles haz click AQUI.

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May Day Posters for Downloading

Posted April 19, 2012 by Jesus_Barraza in Downloadable Graphics

DOWNLOAD MAY DAY POSTER BY CLICKING HERE

I designed this poster for this years May Day festivities, to get the word out and make some cool giveaways...like printing a few hundred of these for the opening of the All Of Us Or None exhibit at the Oakland Museum. The next batch I print will be to give away to a local Bay Are organization to help with their organizing. But if you want to make a version for yourself you can download a PDF here from our website and print a copy for yourself and all your friends.

DOWNLOAD MAY DAY POSTER BY CLICKING HERE

I have also added a second poster to download, I made this poster for actions where in the Bay Area where organizations protested at Wells Fargo banks to demand a moratorium on foreclosures and to stop its investments in detention centers and dirty energy and to hold them accountable for their role in causing our economic crisis.

Aaron Hughes Winter Soldier Downloadable Design

Posted March 26, 2012 by k_c_ in Downloadable Graphics

war_is_trauma_031.JPG Above is Aaron Hughes' contributions for the collaborative War is Trauma portfolio, just released Monday March 19th, the 9th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.

We invite everyone to download, print, and post these graphics everywhere and anywhere to help highlight the unseen psychological tolls to the Iraqi people and veterans.

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Support GI Resistance downloadable file on New War Is Trauma website

Posted March 21, 2012 by k_c_ in Downloadable Graphics

war_is_trauma_014.JPG My print I.V.A.W. is available for download on the new War Is Trauma website at:
Support GI Resistance

There are a bunch more designs available for download at the projects own website
ivaw.org/war-is-trauma which states:

We invite everyone to download, print, and post these graphics everywhere and anywhere to help highlight the unseen psychological tolls to the Iraqi people and veterans.

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Hold Fast

Posted November 29, 2011 by pete in Downloadable Graphics

holdfast400.jpgHere is a new graphic for you to download. I intended to make this image during the inspiring uprisings in Wisconsin, but never got to it. Then when the Occupy movement reared its head I thought again about making this image...and now, the image finally finished, I hope it can be of use...

Download a high-resolution PDF of this image to print out for yourself by clicking HERE.

Ada Lovelace portrait and download

Posted November 28, 2011 by shaun in Downloadable Graphics

240px-Ada_Lovelace_color.svg.png A friend just sent me this graphic of geek feminism icon Ada Lovelace, credited by Wikipedia as "The World's First Computer Programmer". The portrait was created by Colin Adams, Fred the Oyster, and Ryan Kaldari for the Ada Initiative, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting women in tech. It's scalable and public domain, so feel free to reuse it however you like (many download options here).

Occupy Posters: Fight Back—World Wide

Posted November 9, 2011 by santi in Downloadable Graphics

FightBackOrange400.jpgAnother graphic for the "Occupy" movement. A reminder that Liberation struggles are happening everywhere around the world.

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Foreclose on the 1%

Posted November 2, 2011 by Jesus_Barraza in Downloadable Graphics

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A new 8.5 x 11 downloadable poster available. Click HERE to download.

This poster was developed for the bank actions happening this week in Oakland to show my solidarity with all those who are challenging the Big Banks to demand a moratorium on foreclosures and to stop its investments in detention centers and dirty energy and to hold them accountable for their role in causing our economic crisis.

Downloadable: In Solidarity with the Zapatista Communities

Posted November 2, 2011 by santi in Downloadable Graphics

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This is a poster that I recently made to bring attention to the current situation in Southeast Mexico in the state of Chiapas, and the ongoing hunger strike that members of the EZLN's La Otra Campana have embarked on for more than 30 days now.

The hunger strike's demands are for Justice, an end to assassinations, forced relocation, repression, forced disappearances and incarcerations.

Click here to download


For further info visit HERE.

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General Strike in Oakland

Posted October 28, 2011 by Jesus_Barraza in Downloadable Graphics

strike-occupy-ltr-thumb.jpgA new 8.5 x 11 downloadable poster available. Click HERE to download.

I was inspired to make this poster after leaving the General Assembly at Oscar Grant Plaza in Oakland last night, I was really moved by the people the people sharing their stories and calling for a General Strike. There was one father there who told the crown about his four sons that were arrested on Tuesday night during the police riot in downtown Oakland, and how proud he was of them. He then started to chant Strike! Strike! Strike! and everyone started chanting with him. It was very powerful. I wanted to make design an announcement, something people can use to post and encourage as many people as possible to show their power and stand united under the call of a General Strike. I think this movement can be very powerful, I hope this inspires other General Assemblies across the country to call for a Strike in their city.

Poster for OCCUPY "The World Vs. the 1%" and some Reflections

Posted October 28, 2011 by Favianna_Rodriguez in Downloadable Graphics

6a00d8345357ef69e201543650cfdb970c-500wi.jpgI'm just back from New York City where I had the opportunity to visit Occupy Wall Street and connect with artists who are mobilizing on the Occupy front. INSPIRING!! Here is a recent piece I did for the Occupied Wall Street Journal

You can download my new poster (to the left) by clicking here.

As an artist that works in the social justice sector, the collective and powerful energy behind the Occupy Wall Street movement, which has suddenly erupted and spread across the country - the world- has created many openings for those of us who were engaged in these battles. This global social movement is one that is focused entirely around the true cost of capitalism, the excessive power of corporations and banks, and the economic devastation being imposed on people around the world. The fact that its even acceptable for us to critique capitalism in mainstream conversations and in mainstream media, opens many doors for activists artists, and for the entire social justice sector overall. I find it inspiring that this movement has at its core, a thriving arts and culture component.

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What the Market will Bear

Posted October 21, 2011 by roger_peet in Art & Politics

bear2small.jpgIn all of the imagery I've seen used to promote the Occupy movement, I haven't seen any bears. I think that is a glaring omission! The Bear is the symbol of the market in recession, of investor timidity, fear, and the collapse of profit. The Bull, garishly betesticled symbol of Wall Street, is its counterpart. I made this graphic to celebrate the bears, metaphorical, and literal: the triumph of wild nature over domestication.

Download a high-resolution PDF of this image to print out for yourself by clicking HERE. Josh points out that the bear is often seen as a necessary part of capitalism, correcting the excesses. Not if it kills and eats the bull, I say!

Free Bradley Manning

Posted October 14, 2011 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

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Boston designer Eric Gulliver sent along this great poster calling for the freedom of Bradley Manning, the soldier taking the fall for the Wikileaks cables. This should be high-enough res to print at 8.5"x11".

Occupy Poster Download: Dancing Dollars

Posted October 12, 2011 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

justseeds_Occupy12.jpgHere's another downloadable poster I cooked up for the occupy movement. Based on a very, very old illustration I did (I think over 10 years ago), I've spiced it up a bit. Click on the image to the left, then drag the high-res to your desktop. Enjoy, hit the streets, stay safe!

More Occupy Posters

Posted October 8, 2011 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

Here are two more Occupy movement posters, both making important connections to other struggles, and complicating the term "occupation." The on on the left is by Dignidad Rebelde, and a high-res version can be downloaded HERE. The one on the right is a collaboration by Sandra Castro, Ernesto Yerena and Orlando Arenas, a high-res version can be downloaded HERE.

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New Downloadable Occupy Poster

Posted October 6, 2011 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

Justseeds_Occupy_Assata.jpgBeen working on this for a couple days now, a poster connecting the Occupy! movement to the struggle to free political prisoners and end prison injustice. The quote is from a beautiful poem by Assata Shakur. If you don't know who she is, PLEASE run out and read her autobiography today. I'm not kidding, just do it!

Click on the image to get larger size, then download to your desktop and print.

More Occupy Posters for Download

Posted October 5, 2011 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

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These first two images are by Chris at Printed Matter printshop in Portland, OR. Click on the images, then download to your desktop. The bottom image was emailed to us by Dave Menninger, that one can be downloaded by clicking HERE.

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Occupy Posters for Download

Posted October 3, 2011 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

Occupy09_11x17a.jpgI'm still sorting out all the comments on the poster designs, but in the meantime, and while they get "perfected," I figured I might as well post some high-res pdf versions for people to download and use. These 5 posters are all designed and prepped to be printed out at 11x17, on a color laser printer. I'll work on greyscale versions soon.

The image to the left is a new one, based on Bloomberg's response to the OWS action...
You can download the hi-res pdf HERE.

Download and proliferate!

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1 Million Deportations ain't Enough for Pres. Obama! Sign the Petition & Spread Art

Posted August 15, 2011 by Favianna_Rodriguez in Downloadable Graphics

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"the administration has moved to ramp up deportations, expanding the brutal efficiency of a system that Mr. Obama has acknowledged is broken, arbitrary and unjust." - New York Times, Aug 15. 2011

After hitting a record 1 MILLION deportations, the Obama administration just did the unthinkable: Forcing states and police departments to comply with a controversial program called Secure Communities or S-Comm – a move guaranteed to deport many more millions of people.

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Keffiyeh

Posted May 20, 2011 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

keffiyehstencil.pngDigging around on the web I found this great image of a keffiyeh by Noah Scalin on his site Another Limited Rebellion. The image is Creative Commons licensed (Non-Commerical, Share-Alike) so I thought I'd re-post it. You can download the high-res by clicking HERE.

Weiwei Works Here

Posted April 6, 2011 by roger_peet in Art & Politics

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Ai Weiwei is missing! The provocative Chinese artist was arrested at the Beijing airport on April 3 2011 and hasn't been seen or heard from since. My friends Amy Harwood and Ryan Pierce of Signal Fire have started a campaign for artists to show their solidarity with him and their opposition to China's ongoing crackdown on dissent. The site is weiweiworkshere.org and features downloadable graphics for people to print out and post in studios, public spaces, galleries; wherever art appears. Do it now. You're next.

UK Cuts Downloadable Posters

Posted March 26, 2011 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

electionresults.pngInspired by the free downloads we've been putting up about Wisconsin, a friend in the UK has created a free downloadable poster page related to the protests against the cuts over there. Very cool. Check it out HERE. And there is another HERE.

Images for Michigan

Posted March 23, 2011 by roger_peet in Art & Politics

Here's a couple of images in solidarity with the people of Michigan that were forwarded to us by Kathleen Judge:

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Wisconsin Downloadable Graphics Page

Posted March 15, 2011 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

05unionmade.jpgThis page is a permanent home for all of the Wisconsin Struggle-related download-able graphics we have been posting on Justseeds. All of the images we have posted throughout the fight are collected here in one place. To the right is Colin Mathes' Union Made poster, and a high-res version can be downloaded HERE.













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More Wisco Posters and Downloads

Posted March 12, 2011 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

Our friend Brandon Bauer just sent along these 2 new Wisconsin graphics, you can click on them, then save the image to your desktop as high-res:

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I also got sent this great pdf by my friend Nathan. It's a poster by the Little Friends of Printmaking. I couldn't find any info about it on their site, but hopefully they'll be cool with me re-posting it here. You can download the pdf by clicking HERE.

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Make Them Pay

Posted March 6, 2011 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

Peet_richpay.jpgHere's another download-able graphic for Wisconsin (and everyday use, of course!) by Roger Peet.

You can download the high-res version HERE.

General Strike!

Posted March 6, 2011 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

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I had been working on this pennant as a utopian call, a hope and desire that Wisconsin would develop from a militant struggle that is awesome and inspiring, but also shockingly reformist, to one with some real teeth and drive towards self-governance. Now it seems that it may be more practical than I thought! Lets dust off ye olde General Strike!!! (Eric Drooker's General Strike stickers also kicked my butt to finish this, thanks Eric!)

Here are high resolution, download-able, black & white copies of this pennant to be photocopied on red paper and pasted on sticks!:

Download 11"x17" version HERE.
Download 8.5"x11" version HERE.

Georgia: Take a Stand Against Racial Profiling

Posted March 5, 2011 by Melanie_Cervantes in Downloadable Graphics

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Download Georgia: Take a Stand Against Racial Profiling Poster by clicking HERE

Today HB87 passeds out of the Georgia House of Representatives 113-56. The multi-state plan conceived of by the far-right group Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) is well underway with bills similiar to Arizona's anti-immigrant, anti-human right SB 1070. If you would like to read more about how these bills are not merely "copy cat" actions but a strategy that has been in the works for some time now I recommend reading the well researched blog posts by the Applied Research Center's Seth Wessler and Katrina Hurtado. They have kept mapping the bills and laws as they pop up in more and more states.

If you are in one of these states and would like to have this graphic adapted to apply to your state please send an email to Melanie HERE

Closed For Democracy

Posted March 2, 2011 by colin_matthes in Downloadable Graphics

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Yesterday at the protest in Madison, Wisconsin union supporters were banned from entering the State Capital. Only a few supporters were allowed to stay inside. The vast majority of opposition to Scott Walker and his bill to end collective bargaining rights for public workers was locked outside this public building. The energy at the protest was great; more defiant and angry than the past few weeks.

Here is a graphic response. Download a high res version in red
Download a high res version in black

This is also drawing all the time : week 46.

Posters in Support of Wisconsin Workers : Downloadable Graphics

Posted February 28, 2011 by colin_matthes in Downloadable Graphics

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Here are six downloadable copyright free images about Wisconsin Labor Protests. Feel free to use images for posters, signs, flyers, patches, etc.

Download Recall Image by Nicolas Lampert
Download Super Bowl Image by Colin Matthes

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Solidarity with workers the workers in Wisconsin

Posted February 25, 2011 by Jesus_Barraza in Downloadable Graphics

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This is a poster we want to share, please feel free to download and print your own copy.
Click here to download: Solidarity with workers the workers in Wisconsin

Over the past couple weeks I have been hearing about the Workers in Wisconsin who are fighting to stop the passage of AB11, a bill that would strip workers of collective bargaining and cuts to other things like their pensions and health benefits. In the crazy economy we are living through, we see the response by government to cuts to social services, we see the tuition hikes in our public universities. And we look around and see that the rich are still getting richer and paying less and less taxes. While this is happening we see working people under attack for being greedy and demanding too much in these hard economic times, a perfect time to attack workers and take away what has been won by the Labor Movement. The worst is seeing attacks on Unions by idiots who call their members unamerican, hearing people on the radio call the protestors thugs. Hearing the Governor of Wisconsin who was recorded on a telephone call with a blogger pretending to be one of the Koch Brothers talking about how he has contemplated sending agent provocateurs to undermine protesters efforts. This was what really pushed me to make a solidarity poster, I think that in these though economic times we need to support workers when they demand fair treatment so they can survive these times.

Union Made (downloadable graphic)

Posted February 24, 2011 by colin_matthes in Downloadable Graphics

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Image about the current labor movement in Madison.

Look below for a larger downloadable graphic and drag it to your desktop. You can only see a sliver of it, but once you drag it to the desktop you get the whole image.

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Egypt Support Poster by Mark Vallen - Downloadable

Posted February 10, 2011 by Favianna_Rodriguez in Downloadable Graphics

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Our friend Mark Vallen explains:

Along with people all over the world, I have been profoundly inspired by the heroic Egyptian people’s struggle for democracy against the 30-year old U.S. backed dictatorship of Hosni Mubarak. As an expression of solidarity I created a digital artwork titled “Freedom,” so named because the word appears in my graphic in Arabic, Spanish, and English; my creation is dedicated to the people of Egypt, with hopes that their democratic aspirations will soon be realized.

click here to download

Victory to those who struggle for their liberation

Posted February 6, 2011 by Melanie_Cervantes in Downloadable Graphics

Egypt-Tunisia-Poster_o.jpgI created a downloadable poster in the tradition of OSPAAAL (Organization of Solidarity of the People of Asia, Africa & Latin America) a Cuban political movement with the stated purpose of fighting globalization, imperialism, neoliberalism and defending human rights. The have created a vault of political posters to support freedom fighting world wide and promoted Third World solidarity.

This is a poster we want to share, please feel free to download and print your own copy.

Click here to download: Solidarity with Tunisia and Egypt

Hi-Res Egypt Solidarity Poster Download

Posted February 5, 2011 by jmacphee in Downloadable Graphics

EgyptRevolution_lowres.jpgMy friend Tim Simons, co-creator of the great Oaxaca Celebrate People's History Poster, has produced a new poster in solidarity with the unfolding revolution in Egypt, and he's asking people to spread it around. The poster is to the right, and you can download a high-res version HERE. Check out Tim's other work HERE.

Stop The Budget Cuts-Download

Posted January 26, 2011 by k_c_ in Downloadable Graphics

We recently received a request for the "Stop the Budget Cuts" poster created by a friend a couple years back.
You can see the original blog post of the print at,
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Since the economic crisis continues to effect the allocation of monies in the world, we are making this graphic available for download.
To download an 8.5" x 11" file control+click: Download file

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International Migrant's Day coming up on Dec. 18th! Download Poster

Posted November 24, 2010 by Favianna_Rodriguez in Downloadable Graphics

Poster_nnirr It's time to celebrate the immigrants in our lives!

International Migrant's Day is around the corner, and I want to make sure you know about it.(download poster by clicking here)


One way we can fight the anti-immigrant hate that dominates the headlines, is by celebrating migrants and supporting their fight for justice.

Whether it's someone in your family who recently migrated (or even came a long time ago, like my parents), or a DREAMer youth who you have long admired (like the Trail of Dreams), or even someone who works in your building or your favorite restaurant, that worlwide special day when you can celebrate them is close.

So let's spread the word about it, because folks in this country hardly know it exists and we are coming up on the 10th anniversary!

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Justseeds Downloadable Graphics!

Posted November 19, 2010 by jmacphee in Justseeds Group Projects

Hi Everyone! Coming out of the Justseeds annual retreat this past weekend was a renewed commitment from Justseeds to figure out more ways to get images into the hands of organizers, activists, and revolutionists that need and want them. While our long-term vision is an entirely rebuilt website that includes this functionality from the ground up, that's going to take a couple years, so we're moving things around behind the scenes to come up with some solutions in the meantime.

MacPhee_barsgraphic.jpgTo this end, we're launching a "Downloadable Graphics" category on this blog. Basically, if you click on the "Subjects" heading to the left, and then click "Downloadable Graphics," you'll be brought to a running set of blog entries which include graphics that can be downloaded at high res for your use.

All these images will be copy-left, copy-riot, or Creative Commons, depending on the uploader. Most will be free for you to use as you see fit, but if you can, please let people know the name of the artist (if we've told you!) and that you pulled it down from Justseeds.org. I was rummaging through my digital image piles, and found this graphic of broken bars I originally created back in 1993 for a patch we printed in Wash. DC for the Anarchist Black Cross. I have since re-used it at least a half-dozen times, and as long as their are prisons, my guess is it will still have utility. So I'm passing it along to all our blog readers to reproduce and use, spread it far and wide! Just click HERE TO DOWNLOAD, it is a high-res pdf. Enjoy!

March 4th Student Strikes!

Posted February 26, 2010 by jmacphee in Events

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Alcatraz 40th Anniversary Print

Posted December 1, 2009 by Jesus_Barraza in Art & Politics

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I created this print to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the occupation of Alcatraz by Indians of all Tribes and share them with the community. I designed and printed a poster last year to give away at the sunrise ceremony at Alcatraz. It was a lot of fun giving away poster and people's reaction when i told them they were free. We wanted to do something similar for this years sunrise ceremony on Thanksgiving day. This year we made 300 small posters to give away to the community and an edition of large screen printed posters to share with the organizations that help make the ceremony possible.

To buy a print click here

To download a poster to print yourself click here

El Salvador Solidarity Poster

Posted August 4, 2009 by Melanie_Cervantes in Art & Politics

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At the Justseeds retreat last weekend we discussed the importance of our website providing readers with resources/graphics/downloadable posters on current issues/struggles/etc. We will be working diligently through the next year to expand the website to include more of these kinds of resources.

To get things started I will be sharing my newest design celebrating the persistence of organizing in El Salvador through one of a few important organizations there-the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front(FMLN). Though I have many questions about whether an electoral strategy can bring about true transformational change I agree with Roberto Lovato who has noted that they "had ended more than 130 years of oligarchy and military rule over this tiny Central American nation of 7 million."

Download FMLN Poster file here

Boycott Israel

Posted July 26, 2009 by jmacphee in Posters & Prints

Our friends at Tadamon!, a Montreal-based activist organization, have produced a new poster in their on-going series of propaganda pieces in support of Palestine. Designed by LOKi Design, this new image is quite striking, and we hope to have some here on Justseeds to distribute soon. A high-res pdf of the poster can be downloaded from LOKi here.

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Friendly Fire: Afghanistan

Posted May 11, 2009 by jmacphee in Art & Politics

The Friendly Fire Collective in the Bay Area have been churning out some cool propaganda of late, most recently the Afghanistan poster seen below. You can download a high res pdf of the poster here. They have a ton more graphics here.

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Capitalism Breaks My Heart

Posted April 30, 2009 by jmacphee in Art & Politics

I just got this great poster image from Sue Simensky Bietila in Milwaukee, check it out. This is a high res file, so download and use in your town!:

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