Women’s Liberation is Now

Poster series created to communicate the vital role women and women’s issues played in the 2012 presidential election. “According to the 2010 U.S. Census Report, 70.4 million women voted in 2008, as compared to 60.7 million men — a difference of 9.7 million votes. This shows that women have the power to take more control over the issues that so greatly effect them in this election cycle. Don’t let your voice go unheard. Vote.” Posters shown in the 2012 FlatFile Exhibition at the Kansas City ArtSpace. Center poster also submitted to AIGA’s Get Out The Vote Campaign and selected to be shown in the national exhibition at the National Design Center in NYC.

Your Voice. Your Vote.
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