Stop the War On WomenPrimary Artist: Terry Forman

Created: San Francisco Collective, 2012

Medium: Silkscreen

Dimensions: 17.5″ x 22.5″

This poster was done in 2012 in collaboration with the Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) 2012 political poster retrospective which contained many Fireworks posters from the 1980-1990s. Fireworks, along with several other artists in the San Francisco Bay Area, was asked to create a poster that would be silk screened on site during the exhibit. We chose to create this poster because then, as now, there is a war raging against women’s reproductive rights, gender violence is on the rise, privatization is eliminating childcare and social services, particularly affecting Black and other women of color and working class women, and there is a backlash against gay marriage and LBGTQ rights.

Follow the link to see the OMCA political poster collection of which Fireworks posters are a part:

Image: Woman looking over her shoulder with a women’s symbol and flames tattooed on her upper arm with words and symbols worked into the design of the hair.


Color: Yellow and black ink on white paper.”

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