Graphic Art for the Rebellion

We’ve reached the end of the Obama era. Now America swears in a man who’s already proven he’ll be the worst president in its history.

I’m joining the women’s strike, which means I won’t be doing any posting over the next couple of days. After that, I’ll be spending my time offering up every ounce of resistance I’m capable of.

This is not normal. This is not politics as usual. This administration deserves no first chances, much less second ones.

Here is a collection of some of the graphics I’ve created for resisting the assholes determined to fuck this country and the world over. Feel free to use them for your own rebellious purposes.

Image is a poster in the style of the Keep Calms and Carry On posters. On a dark blue background, there is a white British crown, with the words "Freedom is in peril. Defend it with all your might."
Image is a cartoon of a black fist punching a red, white and blue head of Donald Trump in the face.
Image is in the style of a Keep Calm and Carry On poster. The background is blood red. In white are the Rogue One Rebel Alliance logo and the words Stay Determined and Resist Oppression.
Image is in the style of a Keep Calm and Carry On poster. The background is glitter in lavender, aqua, dark blue, and pink, in diagonal swipes. In dark purple are the Rogue One Rebel Alliance logo and the words Stay Determined and Resist Oppression.
Image is a clipart showing a generic person dumping a cartoon red and blue head of Trump into a garbage can.
Image is clipart of a pair of hands held in a framing gesture with the wrists together. They are black against a gray background. The word NO is in red letters between them.
Image has white text on a black background saying Black Lives Matter.
Image shows an anatomical drawing of a human fetus at about 8-9 weeks. Caption says "Ceci n'est pas une personne." (this is not a person)
Image shows a sunset background, with streaks of pink, blue, purple, and a strip of pink-hued sand. There is an atheist symbol at top that is an A inside an atomic shell. Caption says Keep Calm and Be Intersectional.
Image is a black backround with white graphics, and shows the British crown with the words "Keep calm and change the world" beneath it. "Keep Calm" has been crossed out with red Xs, and the words "Stay outraged" are written beside them in red cursive letters.

Image shows a white hand holding a microphone towards the camera. It's in the bottom right of a black background. Caption in white letters beside it says, "Say that again. Louder, for the people in the back."

Red poster with British crown and the words, "Keep Calm* and Speak Out." * Optional Step.
Image is a British Crown poster in dark brown with the words Keep Calm and End Racist Caricatures.

Image shows Dame Judi Dench as Lady MacBeth. She wears a black dress and a black cap, and is crouching with one fist cocked, looking very determined. Caption reads, "Screw your courage to the sticking place."

Image is a blue poster with the British crown on top. Caption says Keep calm and educate yourself.

Image is a graphic of the trans flag, which has sky blue bars at the top and bottom, pink bars next, and a white bar in the middle. Caption across the middle says Support Trans Kids.

Image is trans flag with Trans Rights Matter in purple block letters.

Image shows a transgender flag flying, rippled in the breeze. Above, in dark blue, is a quote by Flavia Dzodan: "My feminism will be intersectional or it will be bullshit."
Flag image by torbakhopper (CC BY 2.0). Quote added by me.

Image shows the British crown with the words "Keep calm and change the world" beneath it.

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Graphic Art for the Rebellion
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2 thoughts on “Graphic Art for the Rebellion

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    Song for today? :

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsxavPANO8s

    Song for tomorrow for the Women’s March :

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfOeANDsXbA

    = Joan of Arc (Okay some religious refs but in the context of time & her story – Dark Ages,* history?)

    Also if it helps what the Bad Astronomer Phil Plait has written here :

    http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2017/01/20/if_you_need_to_find_some_strength_saturn_s_moon_daphnis_may_help.html

    Be like Daphis. Make ripples.

    * Note comma and note question mark. Today is the anniversary of the Great Daylight Comet of 1472’s closest approach. If I believed in omens (which nope) then I might say this was a bad one .. Of course, it was just an astronomically short time ago.** (What’s a mere few centuries in between?) ;-)

    As I don’t, well, it is an anniversary of something very cool which I’d love to see – if not today due to orbital trajectories and observations so far then at least sometime soon~ish i.e. in my lifetime.

    ** Back in the Dark Ages when they did believe in omens rather than now when this would be seen as an extraordinary astronomical opportunity to learn and discover and enjoy. Lets stay in our age and not go back again shall we?

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