Poster Workshop: Illustrating the protest years
In the turbulent late 1960s, a printmaking collective called the Poster Workshop formed in a basement in Camden, London, and set about turning activists' slogans into art statements
December 13, 1971
In South-West Africa (now Namibia), 6,000 indigenous Ovambos – required under the rule of South Africa’s apartheid government to live in tribal areas in the northern third of the country and requir…
The Racist Signs of Apartheid: What South Africans Had to Look at Every Day for Four Decades – PolyTrendy
For decades, the country’s black majority was controlled by racist laws enshrining white supremacy. From 1948 through the 1990s, a single word dominated life in South Africa.