Signal: 03: A Journal of International Political Graphics & Culture by Alec DunnSignal: 03: A Journal of International Political Graphics & Culture by Alec Dunn

Signal: 03: A Journal of International Political Graphics & Culture

EditorAlec Dunn, Josh Macphee

Paperback | February 15, 2014

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Continuing in the style of the first two volumes, this new installment in the Signal series features standout artwork and stories that includes the topics of Paredon Records, Quebec Spring, and partisan memorials in former Yugoslavia, among others. The series is dedicated to documenting the compelling graphics, art projects, and cultural movements of international resistance and liberation struggles. Readers will be inspired by not only fine and graphic arts but also political posters, comics, magazines, documentation of performances, and articles on the often overlooked but essential role these works have played in struggles around the world. Art and politics come together in this unique blend of media from across the globe.

Alec Dunn is an illustrator and a printer who has designed book and record covers, political graphics, and punk fliers. He lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Josh MacPhee is an artist, a curator, an activist, the coeditor of Realizing the Impossible and Reproduce and Revolt, and the author of Paper Politics. He lives in Brooklyn, New Y...
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Title:Signal: 03: A Journal of International Political Graphics & CultureFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.68 inPublished:February 15, 2014Publisher:PM PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1604863625

ISBN - 13:9781604863628

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"Once again I am truly impressed by Signal. Its historical importance stretches across many areas including art, design, architecture, music, politics, protest and social history." —Nigel Ball, dubdog.co.uk