Artists featured in the exhibition cover a wide range of media within their practice, including photography, print, film, performance and painting.
The group collectively work to challenge areas of political unrest. They seek to create work that will inspire change and direct action through graphic image making.
The way in which artists and designers engage in campaigns for and in protest of war has a long and established history in the UK. Many of these artists and designers have also been affiliated with the School of Graphic Design at LCC playing a vital role in the creation and dispersion of politically inspired messages. One important example was Tom Eckersley, who joined the college in 1957. His photomontage and typography works informed and inspired the British public with hard-hitting imagery during World War II.
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