#EndToryRule election posters – gallery

Grassroots posters giving an alternative take on the general election

May 3, 2017 · 16 min read

This is a gallery of submissions so far to our #EndToryRule poster campaign – read the original call out for more info on how to add yours. These poster designs are free to use under Creative Commons – print them, spread them, remix them, but please credit the original artist.

Simon Sharville. Download printable version
Stewart Bremner/Indy Prints. Download printable version
Stewart Bremner/Indy Prints. Download printable version
Simon Sharville. Download printable version
Fiona Scott-Wilson. Download printable version
Beth Davis-Hofbauer. Download printable version
Sophie Monk and Joni Cohen. Download printable version
Charlie Waterhouse. Download printable version
Chris Colouryum. Download printable version
Unknown artist, Brighton. Download printable version
Mary Rouncefield. Download printable version
Simon Sharville. Download printable version
Protest Stencil. Download printable version
Simon Sharville. Download printable version
Sisters of Perpetual Resistance. Download printable version
Keep It Complex. Download printable version
Send submissions to jenny@redpepper.org.uk – more info here.

Are you an artist or designer looking for inspiration – or do you have a great idea but not the artistic abilities? Either way, have a look at our inspiration wall below!
 


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