“Visual Resistance is a crew of 8 or 9 artists and activists based in Brooklyn. We first came together to organize the No RNC Poster Project in summer 2004. We use art to transform and liberate public space. We are involved in local struggles around public space, urban development, freedom of speech, and political repression.

We aim to explore the spaces where art and activism interact and help develop a visual language for political action.

Our blog features political art and innovative projects aimed at raising awareness of urgent social issues through visual media.

Our zine on common and useful techniques used in street art was printed in January 2005 and is currently being revised.

We love to hear from other artists and activists and good folks in general: drop us a line at visual.resistance[at]gmail.com to let us know what you’re up to. Peace.”


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