Camp Democracy

A web and print design campaign to promote Camp Democracy, a series of events, workshops, and rallies held on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., from September 5 - 21, 2006.

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Stop the War!

Designed for use in the April 29, 2006, march in New York to end the war in Iraq. Featured by CounterPunch, and on the websites of United for Peace and Justice, After Downing Street, and Veterans for Peace.

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Wanted: Emmanuel "Toto" Constant

Designed to support a campaign to have a Haitian war criminal living with impunity in New York City brought to justice.

For The Center for Constitutional Rights.

The World is Not For Sale

Designed for use in a campaign to point out perils of globalization, and released to coincide with protests at the April 2001 economic summit in Quebec.

For Jobs with Justice.

If I Show My Face, I'll Be Fired

Designed to assist in a campaign to highlight exploitation in New York City's greengroceries, and to unionize the workers.

For Mexican Workers Association.

Fight Back! ¡Despierta!

Designed to raise the profile of The Tenants Union, then a fledgling project of the Good Old Lower East Side (GOLES).

For The Lower East Side Tenants Union.

Another Voice for Peace

Designed in the wake of September 11th, this red, white, and blue peace sign was deployed in anti-war marches on New York and Washington, and in local demonstrations all over the U.S.

For American Friends Service Committee.

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