Posts Tagged ‘Posters’

Summer Time Posters (part 2)

Thursday, June 20th, 2024



Artist: BROKE PTV (@MoreBeerLessWork)


  • 11X14.5 inches
  • Digital press
  • 100lb achieve matte card stock
  • Full Color

About BROKE aka Beer is Good
For over two decades, BROKEONE has played an integral role among the Bay Area graffiti landscape. His stickers, throws, pieces and wheat pastes adorn poles to walls. His work inspires residents and outsiders to question the discourse of public versus private space, as well as find humor among the day-to-day patterns we all feel confined by.


Defund Climate Chaos – Berkeley, CA

Friday, June 17th, 2022

Defund Climate Chaos – Berkeley, CA

Friday, June 3rd, 2022

New Poster – DEAD EYES – Abstract Serigraph – 19″x24″

Sunday, July 21st, 2013


Artist: Dead Eyes

19″x24″ Hand Pulled Serigraph on Archival Bristol Board

– Limited Edition of 50
– Hand Numbered and Signed
– Less Than Eight Available

Dead Eyes is an East Bay Native and has been putting in work for over a decade. His work is heavily influenced by Black Futurism.

Shipped safely in a hard cardboard tube.

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VOICE OF ART – Migration Is Beautiful

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

Meet powerhouse artist/activist Favianna Rodgriguez — a leading voice in the movement of artists raising awareness about U.S. immigration issues. Favianna is a co-founder of both and Culture Strike, two groups pushing back against the wave of anti-immigrant rhetoric and legislation that has recently swept the nation. Pulitzer Prize winning author Jose Antonio Vargas explains the ironies of anti-immigration hysteria in a country founded by immigrants. Favianna participates in a visual campaign using the Monarch Butterfly as a symbol of the beauty and dignity of migrants.

Voice Of Art follows Favianna Rodriguez, Culture Strike and Sound Strike to the front lines of the immigration battle in Tucson, AZ. Local human rights lawyer Isabel Garcia illustrates how D.H.S. funnels migrants into the deadly Arizona desert. Activist Roberto Lovato reveals the truth about immigration crackdown and how it is big business for the prison industrial complex. Jasiri X, Invincible, Shining Soul and a group of artistic visionaries come together for a hip-hop/poetry cypher at the U.S./Mexico border before rocking crowds at a pro-migrant music and art jam.

Favianna Rodriguez and crew join the fearless riders of the Undocubus as they arrive in Charlotte, NC — while the media spotlight shines on the 2012 Democratic National Convention. Artist Julio Salgado explains why the Undocubus activists are there to protest. Later, as the city sleeps, Favianna and a team of artists hit the streets on a clandestine postering mission. As the Undocubus riders plan a direct action protest, artist C├ęsar Maxit explains the butterfly art he has created to help them express their messages. Favianna, Rosario Dawson and a large crowd join Undocubus riders as they stage their dramatic sit-in street blockade designed to send a message to the President before he accepts his nomination for a 2nd term.

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EXPRESS THE REPRESSED – A Political Poster Exhibit – Portland, OR

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

This art show is open through the month of October.
Thank you Matt Page for making this video.

Express the Repressed from Matt Page on Vimeo.

EXPRESS THE REPRESSED – Political Poster Exhibit – Portland, OR – Oct 2011

Saturday, October 1st, 2011


Happy Birthday Mumia – Oakland, CA

Sunday, April 24th, 2011
FREE MUMIA Graffiti - Happy Birthday Mumia AbuJamal.

Artists NMG (Not My Government) and GATS (Graffiti Against The System) in solidarity with political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal, whom was wrongly imprisoned for shooting an officer, recently installed a “FREE MUMIA” mural for Mumia’s birthday (April 24, 1954).

Mumia was imprisoned in 1981 and sentenced to death.  Before his arrest, he was an activist, radio journalist, and part-time cab driver. He was a member of the Black Panther Party until October 1970.

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THREE NEW EC RELEASES for the Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair 2011

Thursday, April 7th, 2011

Our arms hurt to move and our hands are blistered from printing, stapling and folding non-stop all week, but Endless Canvas is proud to announce that we have two new zines and a Cuss poster to be released at the Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair this weekend.

Saturday, 10am-6pm and Sunday 11am-5pm
SF County Fair Building in Golden Gate park near 9th and Lincoln
FREE Event

Endless Canvas Issue Four Pobresito.
Issue #4 of Endless Canvas documents the Bay Area and Los Angeles graffiti scene over the second half of 2010 and has interviews with Pobrecito and Vegan from SF. We hand screen printed a limited edition of 300 that include an orange and black Endless Canvas poster in the center by Street Artist NART. 60 Pages.


Thousands of Years Graffiti Street Art Rome Italy 2009 Zine. Thousands of Years documents the Romain graffiti / street art scene in December of 2009. It is 40 pages of artists like Twist, C215, Miss 17, Amaze, GATS, Hogre, Sten, Political Gridlock, Lex, Apear and Sufer MTA. It has a limited edition of 200 hand screen printed cardstock covers.


CUSS STM Screen Print Poster.
12″x18″ Hand Screen Printed Cuss Poster. Limited edition of 100. Five layers on thick paper.

CUSS, NINA – Oakland, CA

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

CUSS, NINA, STM, Oakland, Graffiti, Street Art, Posters

Endless Canvas Poster by SomeiR from Israel

Friday, January 14th, 2011

Download this poster for FREE and print it out!
Iraeli Endless Canvas Poster.

Thank you so much for the graphic SomeiR! International solidarity!

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Print it out, photocopy it and put it up everywhere you see fit!
(Please never go over other peoples artwork or graffiti though. Trick question.. Graffiti is artwork sucka!)

Check out SomeiR’s flickr…