I wrote about some of their earlier posters HERE. Well, they're at it again - repeated graphic excellence. Check out the new posters HERE.
NASA travel poster!
Isn't that gorgeous? Just makes you want to buy a ticket to far star-strewn places doesn't it? Between NASA's poster campaign and the new Star Wars films space is suddenly cool again... maybe we'll get that Mars Colony in my life time.
And now that I've set up an inevitable and not-in-my-favor comparison, let me show you some more of the protest postcards I've been designing lately. (Protest? Why ever?)
A handy be-kind-not-cruel card to send to legislators about immigration issues.
And, for ticked-off women who, whatever your politics, are annoyed by powerful men
In my head the Statue of Liberty is starting to live quite a heroic superhero adventure. The perfect avitar for this moment in American history.
Please, if you're writing to your congressional representative or senator and you like a postcard design, feel free to print 'em and use 'em. Pass 'em on!
(Print on card stock at 4 1/4" x 6" or stuff, any sized, in an envelope.)
Oh, and don't forget the artsy one - the arts need all the help they can get:
From a behind-the-curtain artist's view, all these designs are collages done with computer image / photo editing software (rather than scissors and glue) from public domain images. Turns out, for me at least, political upset means a chance to hone my computer / art skills! Who knew? So, if our American Experiment slides into Authoritarian Tyranny, maybe I can at least get work as a Propaganda Poster Hack. Who knows?
Or they'll need artists on Mars.
And, before I lose this stickynote again, here's a gem of a topical poem I found in the NY Times written by Susan McLean:
Trump seethes at what the writers say.
He'll pull the plug on the N.E.A.
The jokes on him. Art doesn't pay.
We write our satires anyway.