Women’s Graphics Collective

“Feminist Posters of the 1970s,” silkscreen

Women’s Graphics Collective produced over 50 silk-screened posters that explored social and political issues from a feminist viewpoint. These large colorful posters decorated the offices and homes of feminists across North America, were printed by hand, sold for pennies, and found buyers by the tens of thousands during the rise of the Women’s Liberation Movement in the 1970s and 80s.