In one week, hundreds of thousands of women and men are expected to descend on the streets of Washington D.C. in a show of solidarity for women’s rights — and to protest the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States. In conjunction with the Women’s March on Washington, the Amplifier Foundation issued a public call seeking art submissions to help illustrate the monumental occasion. The group received more than 5,000 submissions and this week chose the final eight graphics that will be mass produced and serve as the official illustrations for the march.
In a statement on its website, the Amplifier Foundation said the art was selected by “an intersectional group of judges including Carmen Perez and Paola Mendoza from the Women’s March on Washington, Cleo Barnett from the Amplifier Foundation, independent artist Swoon, and Jess X. Snow and Favianna Rodriguez.”
Five official posters have also been selected. The group said it will be printing out 30,000 posters to be handed out to marchers at the event, but also advised those going to download the images and print them so they can be brought along to the event. Here are a few of the posters along with the names of the artists who designed them.
See the rest of official images and download them at The Amplifier Foundation.