10 Best Photos From This Summer’s Most Scantily Clad Movement An unwitting officer in Toronto “helpfully” advised women that, to not be raped, they should “avoid dressing like sluts.” His stupid comment inspired people in Toronto, Boston, Chicago, Sydney, and many more cities to organize SlutWalks, a series of marches based on the idea that sluts don’t cause rape, rapists do. Here are some of the best photos so far: Photo found on Moxiebird.com. April 3, 2011, Toronto, ON. Photo by Michael Courier.
Matheus Lopes Manifesto, traditional art, mixed media Building a galaxy, digital art, mixed media Alternate ending, digital art, mixed media Call for a Global Spring in May 2012 Throughout this period of civil disobedience, from Tunisia, to Iceland and the latest uprisings in Greece and India (feel free to add other places), if anything has become clear it is that not only political systems have reached advanced levels of disintegration, so have their methods of representation, as well as their subordination to capitalist rule.In 2011 we took the streets, we regained our public spaces, got together, opened up dialogues and shared our dreams. We joined forces to make it clear that we are not commodities at the will of politicians and bankers who instate austerity policies and make our lives precarious. Instead, we declare, with our fellow Greeks “We owe nothing, we will not pay and will not sell ourselves!” However, what is far more important is that we also share a desire in re-appropriating our lives and the commons by means of direct participation, joint management, and ultimately the desire for a true democracy at the service of everyone.
The Professional Designer's Guide to using Black Hello! My name is Andrew Kelsall, a Creative Designer & Illustrator who designs logos, stationary, CD sleeves and other custom works. I design for clients worldwide, including the USA, Australia and here in the UK. Art and Anarchy Anarchism is founded on the respect for the individual. Anarchism nurtures the individual’s development whether it be physically, politically, spiritually, mentally, creatively…etc. The true anarchist goes through life developing his/her idea of himself/herself and this search for identity manifests itself in many different forms. The only way for the anarchist to discover his/her identity is to experience and distinguish his/her own individuality within the rest of society. The quest for ultimate liberation and knowledge of self is what makes anarchy appealing.
Occupy Infoshop Ideas and Action (WSA) With several months of preparation and one month of action, Occupy Wall Street has accomplished what years of conventional activism has failed to do–spark a populist political awakening against the ruling class. The 99ers have captured the imagination of regular Americans from every background and point of view, unified by a general disgust with the upper […] Reflections for the US Occupy Movement From Barcelona’s Neighborhood Assemblies by PETER GELDERLOOS CounterPunch October 14, 2011 Barcelona. Before the Spanish call-out for a global day of action on October 15, a few critical notes and words of encouragement from the Barcelona neighborhood assemblies… After the courageous revolts of the Arab Spring, the next phenomenon of popular resistance to capture […] Occupy4GeneralStrike (#HitEmWhereItHurts) by Mickey Z. October 19, 2011 Mickey Z.
Tips for Using Adobe Illustrator to Create Your Digital Files for Printing Flyers, Postcards, Newsletters, Brochures, Catalogs, and Other Publications All versions of InDesign are supported for both Apple Macintosh and Windows platforms. Here are some basic tips that apply to all software versions and for both platforms. For even more tips please visit our Quick Tips section. This is our catch-all category for all manner of miscellaneous tips, tricks, program fixes, and workarounds to help you with building your artwork . We'll add new items from time to time so check in to see what's been added recently.
The art of making protest art By Clare Hurley 5 July 2003 Art Against War: An exhibition of posters and multimedia, June 13-27, 2003. Macy Gallery, Columbia University/Teachers College, New York City, and NY Arts Space Organized and Curated by Frank Shifreen, with the Drinkink Collective. Multimedia Architect and Director: Mark Grimm Natalya Lobanova Drawings by Natalya Lobanova. Big high-five to Georgia for ID’ing Natalya’s work on the Booooooom Tumblr. Love the moths one!