San Francisco Print Collective
The San Francisco Print Collective (SFPC) uses graphic art to support movements for social justice. Organized in 2000, the collective's first campaign was gentrification in the Mission District. They subsequently built close ties with local housing organizations to fight displacement for low-income immigrant communities. The group produces work anonymously for community empowerment, taking inspiration from the Chicano Poster movement and San Francisco's history of political graphics. Using murals, campaigns, posters, billboards, workshops, and exhibitions, the collective promotes grassroots organizing and direct action on local issues.
Monday, April 25, 2011