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Broom Handle and re-used drug store poster board. No better way to say no war.

No war - How can we teach our children that violence will not solve their problems when our government always turns to violence to solve its problems. The Best Anti-War Sign We’ve Seen In Ages

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“Tell me the story about how the sun loved the moon so much he died every night to let her breathe.” “ there once was a moon, as beautiful as can be, only the stars could fathom, but the sun could not see. The sun so radiant, he burns so bright. The.

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I think most people identify homosexuals as only being "GAY" but people shouldn't have labels.I really don't like labels. I mean who cares if you're straight, gay, whatever there's just really no point to them. LABELS ARE FOR CLOTHES!

Politically charged anti-war poster. Lubalin both designed the poster and wrote the text for an AIGA exhibition called ‘Survival’. According to Ed Benguiat, the cockroaches were frozen in order to get the shot. Here shown in recreated poster format. Date: 1972.

Herb Lubalin: This politically charged anti war poster was designed (and written) by Herb Lubalin done in 1972 for an AIGA exhibition called in Graphic Design

Many women indeed long for children, while others are firmly against it and still more are undecided. But regardless of a woman’s feelings on childbearing, the decision to have kids is hers alone, to be decided for her own reasons. And no woman should have to submit to society’s relentless questioning on the matter.

Regardless of a woman’s feelings on childbearing, the decision to have kids is hers alone, to be decided for her own reasons. And no woman should have to submit to society’s relentless questioning on the matter.

Can’t hear the patriarchy over the sound of a sweet bass drop right

evacchi: Can’t hear the patriarchy over the sound of a sweet bass drop right ~~~~~ YEESSSSSS

When the rich rob the poor...

When the rich rob the poor...

When the rich robs the poor, it's called business. When the poor fight back, it's called violence.

The sad truth in advertising.

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Jay Littman – Photo of a Skinny White Girl. Proposed billboard-based art project in Los Angeles, CA meant to challenge beauty standards and other accepted values in contemporary culture.

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