May Day, also known as International Worker’s Day, commemorates the 1886 Haymarket Riots in Chicago and is often celebrated by anarchists, socialists and labor organizations alike. These posters come from Russia, Cuba, Palestine, Mexico, Turkey and the United States and span from 1894 to current day.
Tag Archives: Art
Jorge Luis Borge’s Self Portrait, Drawn After Becoming Blind
Drawn in the basement of NYC’s Strand Bookstore.
Sweet Jesus, Someone Fit an Entire Nietzsche Book on a Poster
The entire text of “Beyond Good and Evil,” on a poster.
Church Mural Depicts Marx & Engels Burning in Hell
Is the afterlife still subject to the dialectics of history?
Walmart Was Briefly Selling Fake “Destroy Capitalism” Banksy Prints
Submit Your Papers: Art in the Age of Real Abstraction
You have until December 12!
There’s a Noam Chomsky Graphic Novel in the Works and it Looks Amazing
An artist and a writer have launched an Indiegogo to turn it into a reality.
5 Critical Theory Tumblrs You Need to Start Following
23 of the Most Creepy/Awesome/Insane Critical Theorist Deviant Art
That Time Someone Made a Critical Theory Coloring Book
If you color in the lines, the capitalist system wins.