The Occupy Movement now has print media support from an online print lab called, Occuprint. Occuprint first began after the Occupied Wall Street Journal asked for their assistance with an issue on poster art for the Occupy Movement. Artist’s posters from the Occupy movement are available on the website as part of the Creative Commons for download and use in protests and projects related to OWS.
Occuprint works with the Occupy Wall Street Screen Printing Guild, which prints other OWS paraphernalia, ie clothing, patches, etc. OWS Printing Guild is a group open to anyone who wishes to print with them. They can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or by showing up in person at Liberty Plaza. Currently, Occuprint’s curators include Jesse Goldstein, Molly Fair, John Boy, and Josh MacPhee. Follow Occuprint on twitter for updates on new posters.
Image above: designed by Steve Alfaro.
Image below: designed by Lalo Alcaraz.
Eat the Rich designed by Christy C Road
All Day Every Day by Cannon Dill
Anonymous Mask by Nobodycorp International Unlimited
Occupy Ann Arbor by Rich Black
Fist 99 Percent by Roy Cross
Occupy London by Mason London
Separation Of Corporation And State by Adam Winnik
Tip Of The Iceberg by Dave Loewenstein
On Our Watch by Mario Klingemann
99 Percent And I Believe by Noah Scalin
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