Political ART

Collection by Jill Boniske

184 
Pins
 • 
526 
Followers
Jill Boniske
African American History & Struggle Posters

Trayvon Martin/Ella Baker - Poster Art for Justice - Ricardo Levins Morales

Poster honoring Trayvon Martin, with portrait and quote from civil rights leader Ella Baker. Art for hope, healing and justice by Ricardo Levins Morales.

untitled, alabama, 1956, pigment print, gordon parks (the pictures that changed the world).

Gordon Parks, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Pictures That Changed the World - Feature Shoot

Invisible Man Retreat, Harlem, New York, 1952. Photograph by Gordon Parks. © The Gordon Parks Foundation, courtesy of the Gordon Parks Foundation and Jenkins Johnson Gallery. Untitled, Alabama, 1956. Photograph by Gordon Parks. © The Gordon Parks Foundation, courtesy of the Gordon Parks…

Hong Kong protest art: meet the student leading the defiant design team | South China Morning Post

Hong Kong protest art: the nameless collective behind the designs

‘Our goal isn’t to challenge the Communist Party, just to defend our own rights and autonomy,’ says man behind the iconic bloodstained bauhinia flag that became the symbol of the 2019 Hong Kong protests.

The Nazi Werewolves Who Terrorized Allied Soldiers at the End of WWII

The Nazi Werewolves Who Terrorized Allied Soldiers at the End of WWII — Smithsonian Magazine

Though the guerrilla fighters didn’t succeed in slowing the Allied occupation of Germany, they did sow fear wherever they went

Separation Anxiety Hundreds of children are still separated from their parents after the U.S. government separated nearly 3,000 of them at the border. By India Tresselt

Separation Anxiety

Hundreds of children are still separated from their parents after the US government separated nearly 3,000 of them at the border.

Gross Domestic Product: Banksy Opens a Dystopian Homewares Store | Colossal

Gross Domestic Product: Banksy Opens a Dystopian Homewares Store

Tony the Frosted Flakes tiger sacrificed as a living room rug, wooden dolls handing their babies off to smugglers in freight truck trailers, and welcome mats stitched from life jackets: rather than offering an aspirational lifestyle, one South London storefront window depicts a capitalist dystopia.

NO by Gary Taxali

NO by Gary Taxali

Martin Sprouse

“6th Mass Extinction”- woodcut print by Nat Morley - 2019 AN ARTIST FOR OUR TIMES!