These images were created by artists across the country with the intent of sharing them with the public. Please use them to make your own banners, flyers, t-shirts, or other resistance objects. They are not available to use for profit under any circumstances. Each artist retains copyright to their work. Please consider contacting them if you like the image and contributing to them directly if you are able.

Untitled - Campbell Steers & Helaina Cleek

by Campbell Steers & Helaina Cleek
March 2, 2017
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Helaina Cleek:
It took me until I was at least 22 years old to accept the hair, skin and brows I was born with, but now I am grateful for these features passed down from my ancestors.

This project birthed a series of haikus and small linocut collaborations engaging in women's empowerment.

Pussy Love - Janina A. Larenas

Pussy Love
by Janina A. Larenas
July 28, 2015
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I created this design for my friend Amanda Payne for her feminist zine Two Pussies. She was looking for feminine, sexual, beautiful, woman empowering art, literature or crafts, and the idea of a pussy with the vulva, labia, clitoris in the shape of a heart came to me as the embodiment of these requests. These words and images have always been difficult to discuss or view in the public sphere, this image attempts to denaturalize this stigma by encasing it in a common expression of love. Since the recent administration has targeted women socially and politically, as well as reproductive and gender rights, this image feels even more relevant and necessary than when I made it.

My Pleasure My Choice - Brooke Toczylowski

My Pleasure My Choice
by Brooke Toczylowski
February 27, 2017
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We're not in control of our reproductive systems we don't control anything else! But it's not just about health and medicine; it's also about pleasure and celebration. Our bodies are ours. I've been drawing this particular shape for many years, representing both a womb (when flipped), and a vagina and clit.

Instagram: @btocz
Twitter: @BrookeTocz

Silence ≠ Protection - Crista Facciolla

Silence ≠ Protection
by Crista Facciolla
February 21, 2017
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This piece was inspired by advocacy group ACT UP's "Silence=Death" poster in response to the Reagan administration's general silence regarding the AIDS epidemic. Originating in Nazi death camps, pink became synonymous with the gay rights movement. In an attempt to show the intersectionality of gender, race and sexual orientation that has been all too frequently overlooked in this election cycle, I borrowed heavily from Audre Lorde's "The Transformation of Silence into Language and Action." She states that, "Death is the final silence" and, "Your silence will not protect you." Caught in the crosshairs, women share the war against the oppressions of silence.