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c. 2019 (made)
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Colour poster for the climate change activism group, Extinction Rebellion

Object details

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Brief description
Extinction Rebellion (XR) poster designed by Ben Peppiatt, with woodcuts by Miles Glyn, and XR logotype designed by Clive Russell, Charlie Waterhouse, and 'This Ain't Rock n Roll'. Great Britain, circa 2019.
Physical description
Colour poster for the climate change activism group, Extinction Rebellion
  • Height: 42cm
  • Width: 29cm (Note: Approximate)
Production typeMass produced
Credit line
Given by Andrew Forrest
The following information was provided by Clive Russell from This Ain't Rock n Roll. This one of several Extinction Rebellion (XR) posters created for the XR Paint The Streets campaign which began in 2019 driven by the energy of Iggy Fox (RIP).
The wood-cut prints by Miles Glyn and other assets were shared among the poster designers to use if they wished. Each designer was given a base colour to work on to avoid duplication, and the logotype with the group name was fixed in a set position in the bottom centre of the sheet to add visual consistency.
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Record createdJune 30, 2021
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