Open source posters for Brazil

London-based designer Rejane Dal Bello has launched a Facebook page with the sole purpose of sharing and distributing posters created for the protests in Brazil, in time for the country’s Independence Day…

Dal Bello is a Brazilian national and has watched from her base in London as many of her fellow designers in her home country have brought protest to the streets.

Her Open Source Posters page is intended as “a channel to upload and download posters that will help to give shape to the voice of the protests happening in Brazil,” she says.

With large-scale demonstrations planned for September 7 – Brazilian Independence Day – Dal Bello is hoping the page will act as a way of sharing and distributing protest artwork.

“Posters are our voices in this event,” she says, “and we are now able to have a more united place to share work and help the community.”

The Open Source Posters page is at facebook.com/OpenSourcePoster. Posters shown here designed by Dal Bello.

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