Signal: 01: A Journal of International Political Graphics & Culture

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Alec Dunn, Josh Macphee
PM Press, Jun 1, 2010 - Art - 128 pages
Dedicated to documenting the compelling graphics, art projects, and cultural movements of international resistance and liberation struggles, this unique resource serves as an active discussion of the role of art in revolution. Introducing the artists and cultural workers who have been at the center of upheavals and revolts, this work expands beyond graphic arts and includes political posters, comics, murals, zines, and features works from both present and past—from political freight train graffiti to subversive photo montages in 1980s San Francisco.
 

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Contents

Alec Dunn and Josh MacPhee interview the Taller Tupac Amaru
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Alec Dunn interviews Johannes van de Weert
38
A photo essay with IMPEACH
58
Early 20thCentury Anarchist Imprints
76
The Graphic Production of a Movement Santiago Armengod interviews Felipe Hernandez Moreno
78
A photo essay
104
Dan Poyner interviews Rufus Segar
120
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Alec Dunn is an illustrator and a printer who has designed book and record covers, political graphics, and punk fliers. His work can be seen at www.blackoutprint.com. He lives in Portland, Oregon. Josh MacPhee is an artist and an activist whose work focuses on social movements, history, and public space. He is the author of Paper Politics: Socially Engaged Printmaking Today, Realizing the Impossible: Art Against Authority, and Reproduce and Revolt. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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