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speaking of, I finished my feminism project at school, I’m currently waiting to get them approved and signed so I can hang them around campus probably next school year because it’s the last week of school and I don’t want to leave them up for only a week. But anyways I created a series of posters to hang around my school to spread awareness and educate ignorant people. Being someone who lives in the suburbs of Austin Texas, even as liberal as it is, there are many misoginistic people who don’t really know what true feminism is. I wanted to start speaking up and start making a difference at my school to make it a better place.
For more info or to see the rest of my posters please click the link

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Manpower Temporary Services

Lois Ehlert is a children’s book illustrator who also worked as a graphic designer in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In the late 1970s, she created this remarkable series of posters for Manpower Temporary Services, a Milwaukee-based agency that connects temporary office workers with companies. Ehlert derived her bright, playfully simplified images from everyday office culture.

Poster, Now is the time for all good women to come to the aid of their country,1979. Designed by Lois Ehlert for Manpower International (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA). Offset lithograph. Approx. 61.1 × 45.7 cm (24 1/16 × 18 in.). Gift of Lois Ehlert, 1991-69-34.

Poster, ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO, 1979; Shorthand, 1979. Designed by Lois Ehlert for Manpower International (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA). Offset lithograph. Approx. 61.1 × 45.7 cm (24 1/16 × 18 in.). Gift of Lois Ehlert, 1991-69-35.

Poster, Manpower Temporary Service – Office Sweet Office, 1979. Designed by Lois Ehlert for Manpower International (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA). Offset lithograph. Approx. 61.1 × 45.7 cm (24 1/16 × 18 in.). Gift of Lois Ehlert, 1991-69-38.

Ellen Lupton is Senior Curator of Contemporary Design at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum and Director of the Graphic Design MFA program at Maryland Institute College of Art.

The exhibition How Posters Work is currently on view at Cooper Hewitt through November 15, 2015.  You can learn more at the exhibition homepage  and find the book How Posters Work at SHOP Cooper Hewitt. #HowPostersWork



from Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum http://ift.tt/1I8JaEG
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2 hours left of our Kickstarter for Tales of Alethrion - the animated fantasy series! We are 4% from reaching our stretch goal which is another episode! Since our backers choose (by voting) who they want to follow in the next episodes we have made a thank you illustration where the main characters are racing against each other! Amerath is in the leading position but Epic Wilhelm and Vito are really close to her! 2 more hours to vote or back the project if you haven´t already :)

Thank you everyone! The warmest and most passionated high fives to all of you!

In the next update on the Kickstarter we will also announce the winner of the drawing competition where you could get your own monster design (#toamonster) into the series from twitter, tumblr or instagram:) Follow us on youtube for much more about the series!

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Horror Icons Poster Series by William Henry

Prints of each are available in my all new shop at http://www.williamhenrydesign.com/shop.

Prints are also available in my Etsy shop at http://www.etsy.com/shop/williamhenrydesign.

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View my portfolio at http://www.williamhenrydesign.com. Please get in touch. I would love to work together on a project.

Purchase select prints of mine at http://www.williamhenrydesign.com/shop.

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