We Art The 99%

Posted by Noah Scalin | 7-11-2011 08:30 | Category: Activism, Government, Politics

As a socially conscious designer, I don’t always wait for a client to hire me to create something to support a cause I believe in. Most recently I created this design to support the Occupy Wall Street movement…


There’s no guarantee that something like this will actually be utilized, so I was particularly happy to discover that it has been used by the NYC General Assembly on flyers that have been spotted in Zuccotti Park and in other NYC locations.

image by Phoebe Berg

You can download a PDF of my design and see additional versions I created HERE.

And I’m not the only designer who has been so inclined, see more examples after the break…

Bizhan Khodabandeh was inspired my poster to create this one, which is downloadable from his site HERE.


John Emerson created these posters and several others all of which are available on his site HERE.



Josh MacPhee of the Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative created these posters and several others that are available on his site HERE.



For more designs check out this ongoing collection HERE.

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