The artist and graphic designer behind the United Against Hate posters, visible in thousands of Bay Area windows, have made new VOTE! posters in both English and Spanish (and Chinese coming soon, as well) to inspire greater voter participation in the 2018 midterms and 2020 elections.
To get these posters out into the world, an online fundraiser is live and almost halfway to its goal.* When reached, over 20,000 of these gorgeous posters will be printed and distributed to communities in cities and states across the country, particularly those where voter turnout is most needed to flip the House and Senate this November.
Even better, they are offering free downloadable pdf files of the six VOTE! posters so all-of-us can print them for use in our own communities. They're bold and beautiful and big enough to be visible from the street when hung in windows - 19 x 12.5 inches.
Let’s make sure all of these VOTE! posters are displayed all over the country to inspire all-of-us to get out the vote.
1 Donate to help the designers get the posters printed and sent to crucial flippable districts.
2 Print your own versions using the pdf files provided here.
*100% of the donations made will go directly to printing & distribution costs of the poster. The design work was paid for by an artist grant from the City of Berkeley, CA. Posters were designed by artist Lena Wolff (www.lenawolff.com / @lenawolffstudio and graphic designer Lexi Visco).