Design for the Resistance

As a designer, I am driven to create beautiful things and as a human, I hope to make this world a safe, supportive, and thriving place for everyone. The current political climate has left me looking for ways to make a difference and help others do the same. As a result, I am making all signs, posters, and other graphics I've created for protests, public art, and social media available for download. Feel free to print these off or take the files to a printer and help make your own neighborhood a safe space, speak truth to power, and exercise your right to have your voice heard. Together we can bring about change and stand up for what is right.

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I am a huge proponent of actively creating safe spaces. After the 2016 election, I printed 100 of these and put them up around my Minneapolis neighborhood. When they started showing up on social media and others began creating their own versions and posting them around the city, I knew this was a message that everyone should be able to share with their community.


On January 21, 2017, I stood on the National Mall with over a million others at the Women's March on Washington. Together we declared that we were ready to stand up and push forward no matter the forces trying to push us back.

I carried this sign, determined to remind everyone who saw it that only through intersectional work will justice truly come to pass in this country. In the words Minnesota's late senator, Senator Paul Wellstone, "We all do better when we all do better."


Laws, while legal, are not always right. This social media graphic was made to remind others that Families Belong Together. 


After countless deaths by gun violence on streets, in homes, and in workplaces, it's time to prioritize lives over lobbies.


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