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Art of protest : creating, discovering, and activating art for your revolution / De Nichols ; illustrated by Diana Dagadita, Molly Mendoza, Olivia Twist, Saddo and Diego Becas.

By: Nichols, De [author.]Contributor(s): Dagadita, Diana [illustrator.] | Mendoza, Molly [illustrator.] | Twist, Olivia [illustrator.] | Saddo, 1981- [illustrator.] | Becas, Diego [illustrator.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: [S.l.] : Big Picture Press, [2021]Copyright date: �2021Description: 80 pages : illustrations ; 28 cmContent type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781536223255; 1536223255; 9781787417663; 1787417662Subject(s): Political art -- Juvenile literature | Art and society -- Juvenile literature | Protest movements -- Juvenile literature | Art and society | Political art | Protest movementsGenre/Form: Juvenile works.DDC classification: 701.03 Summary: "From the psychedelic typography used in "Make Love Not War" posters of the '60s to the solitary raised fist, some of the most memorable and striking protest artwork from across the world and throughout history deserves a long, hard look. Readers can explore each piece of art to understand how color, symbolism, technique, and typography play an important role in communication. Guided by activist, lecturer, and speaker De Nichol's powerful narrative and stunningly illustrated by a collaboration of young artists, this volume also has plenty of tips and ideas for creating your own revolutionary designs. This is a fully comprehensive look at the art of protest"--Provided by publisher.
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"From the psychedelic typography used in "Make Love Not War" posters of the '60s to the solitary raised fist, some of the most memorable and striking protest artwork from across the world and throughout history deserves a long, hard look. Readers can explore each piece of art to understand how color, symbolism, technique, and typography play an important role in communication. Guided by activist, lecturer, and speaker De Nichol's powerful narrative and stunningly illustrated by a collaboration of young artists, this volume also has plenty of tips and ideas for creating your own revolutionary designs. This is a fully comprehensive look at the art of protest"--Provided by publisher.

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