Thousands of Canadians are expected to join countless others across the U.S. in noisily protesting Donald Trumpâ€™s accession to the White House.
Millions have pledged to participate in the Womenâ€™s March on Washington and similar events around the globe on Saturday, to demonstrate against a U.S. president elected on a campaign tinged with messages of hate and intolerance.
To support demonstrators, artists have created stunning images that the public can use â€” free of charge. The artwork comes courtesy of the Amplifier Foundation, which commissioned the pieces.
(Illustration: Shepard Fairey)
The foundation hopes to spread the images far and wide to counter regressive comments made by Trump about womenâ€™s bodies, immigration rights, and threats of military action.
â€śToday we are in a very different moment, one that requires new images that reject the hate, fear, and open racism that were normalized during the 2016 presidential campaign,â€ť Amplifier said in its Kickstarter campaign.
High-profile artists including Shepard Fairey, Jessica Sabogal, and Ernesto Yerena have all contributed work for people to save, print, and share.
(Illustration: Ernesto Yerena)
(Illustration: Jessica Sobogal)
(Illustration: Kate DeCiccio)
(Illustration: Jennifer Maravillas)
(Illustration: Liza Donovan)