Exhibition

PROJECT 270: SIGNS OF CHANGE

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Haili Francis. Georgia.
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Captain Eyeliner. New York (Brooklyn).
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Tylonn Sawyer. Michigan (Detroit).
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Mauricio Ramirez. Wisconsin.
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Brickmob (feat. Chris “lastdeviant” Garcia, Joe Worley, & Jes Nellis). Kansas.
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Carlton Banxx. Delaware.
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Lauren Hana Chai. Hawaii.
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Jetsonorama (Chip Thomas). Arizona.
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Octavio Logo. Arkansas.
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German DuBois & La Yera. Florida (Miami).
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Daniel Minter. Maine.
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Hysterical Men. Pennsylvania.
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Edgar Heap of Birds. Oklahoma.
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Bob Faust & Nick Cave. Illinois..
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Kip Omolade. New Jersey.
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Hiero Veiga. Colorado.
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Alfred Conteh. Georgia (Atlanta)..
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Dr. Fahamu Pecou & Jonathan Mannion. Georgia.
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Carlos Walker. Virginia.
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Jason Dafri Thompson aka Dafri (short for “Dance, Africa, Free”). Kentucky.
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Maiya Lea Hartman. Minnesota.
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Will Kasso Condry. Vermont.
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Ang R. Bennett. Nebraska.
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Osiris Rain. North Carolina.
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Good Drink (Ted Kim). Alaska.
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Annie Brace. Alaska (Anchorage).
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ENX. New Mexico..
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Amy Rattner. Wyoming. — “I vote to protect democracy and to protect our planet.”
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Logan Schmitt. West Virginia.
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SWOON (Caledonia Curry). Connecticut.
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Birdcap (Michael Roy). Mississippi.
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Lady Pink. Puerto Rico.
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[email protected] (DENIAL), Michigan.
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EYEZ. Missouri. — “EYE VOTE because EYE want CHANGE!”
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Clark V. Fox. Washington, DC. — “I VOTE because nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves, and the only way they could do this is by not voting.”
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Ron English. New York. — “I vote because I’m a patriotic American and I love my country…why do you vote?”
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Andre Russell. New Jersey (Jersey City).
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April Werle. Montana.
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Amiri Geuka Farris. South Carolina.
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Elms One. Idaho.
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Mike Shine. Louisiana.
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Rubem Robierb. New York (Manhattan).
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Chroma. Oregon.
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6cents. Indiana.
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Maya Hayuk. Maryland.
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Eric Orr. New York (Bronx).
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Atomik. Florida.
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Krave (Daniel Fila) x Gems. Florida (Miami).
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Ninobuni (Juan Muniz). Nevada.
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Calef Brown. Rhode Island.
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Richard Borge. North Dakota.
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Ben Schuh. Iowa.
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Mia Saine. Tennessee.
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ModifyMarla (Marla Bonner). Washington.
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Laci Jordan. Alabama.
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Jesse Brown. Washington (Seattle).
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James Naylor. Utah.
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Chor Boogie (Joaquin Lamar Hailey). California (Bay Area).
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LifeAfterStreetDeath (Dave Navarro). California.
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IMAGINE (Sneha Shrestha). Massachusetts.
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Vincent Valdez. Texas (Houston).
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Vincent Valdez. Texas.
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Sep 30–Nov 3
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PROJECT 270: SIGNS OF CHANGE
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PROJECT 270: SIGNS OF CHANGE

Curated by I Vote Because, This Is Our Moment, Mana Urban Arts Project, Gary Lichtenstein Editions, Jonathan Mannion Photography, Art in General, Murals for Humanity

“The vote is precious. It is the most powerful non-violent tool we have in a democratic society, and we must use it. And so you must go out all across America and tell young people, and people not so young, tell all of us: Vote. The vote is powerful.” – Congressman John Lewis









270 is the magic number: It is the minimum number of votes needed by a candidate to be elected as President of the United States of America by the Electoral College. Although the Electoral College is the formal body that elects the President, Project 270: Signs of Change recognizes the power of the individual vote.

Project 270 is a national effort to increase voter awareness and turnout, particularly amongst Millennials and Gen Z — voters between the ages of 18 to 38 — who represent the future of this country and nearly 40% of the electorate in 2020.

By flooding the the country with Get Out The Vote (GOTV) images, posters, billboards, and other art in the 3 weeks prior to election day, Project 270 will get critical information into the hands of individuals and organizations in a creative form that will motivate young voters and reflect the collective consciousness of the United States. This initiative will cover all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.

To do this, we are partnering with outstanding graphic and street artists from each state, DC, and Puerto Rico to create posters that speak to the issues of their locale. To maximize the reach and overall impact of the project, all imagery created will be made available to the public, for free, via two principal means:

• Digital Download: Through a series of strategic partners as well as Dropbox, Project 270 will provide all images free for digital download. Images will be sized for sharing on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

• Mass Production of Posters: Project 270 will mass-produce posters and send them to established local voting organizations in each state. The goal is to provide an average of 1000 posters per state to local organizations. Posters will be given away at rallies, on college campuses, and wheat-passed around high trafficked urban areas.

In addition, Project 270 will buy billboard space in the three most competitive battleground states, as well as with local partners to secure walls and billboards, whereby artists can place their image and/or local organizations can wheat-paste the posters en mass.

Project 270 is a collaboration between This Is Our Moment, I Vote Because, Mana Urban Arts Project, Gary Lichtenstein Editions, Jonathan Mannion Photography, Art in General, and Murals for Humanity. This group came together in August 2020 realizing the urgent need to compel young voters to participate in the election. Our distribution partners include Vote Save America, Voto Latino, ACLU Ohio, Occupy Democrats, Fair Elections Center, League of Women Voters San Francisco, and the Campus Vote Project.



DOWNLOAD & PRINT POSTERS FOR FREE AT MANA URBAN ARTS PROJECT

SUPPORT THE PRINTING & DISTRIBUTION OF FREE POSTERS IN BATTLEGROUND STATES VIA KICKSTARTER

REGISTER TO VOTE


PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: (to date)

Laci Jordan – Alabama
Ted Kim – Alaska
Annie Brace – Alaska
Jetsonorama – Arizona
Octavio Logo – Arkansas
LifeAfterDeathStreet – California
Hiero Veiga – Colorado
Swoon – Connecticut
Atomik – Florida
Dr Fahamu Pecou – Georgia
Lauren Hana Chai – Hawaii
Elms One – Idaho
Nick Cave and Bob Faust – Illinois
Mike Shine – Louisiana
Daniel Minter – Maine
Maya Hayuk – Maryland
Imagine – Massachusetts
Denial – Michigan
Maiya Lee Hartman – Minnesota
Birdcap – Mississippi
EYEZ – Missouri
April Werle – Montana
Ninobuni – Nevada
Kip Omolade – New Jersey
ENX – New Mexico
Ron English – New York
Edgar Heap of Birds – Oklahoma
Chroma – Oregon
Lady Pink – Puerto Rico
Calef Brown – Rhode Island
Amiri Farris – South Carolina
Kitskitawi – South Dakota
Mia Saine – Tennessee
Vincent Valdez – Texas
Jason Naylor – Utah
Will Kasso – Vermont
Carlos Walker – Virginia
Modifymarla – Washington
Clark V Fox – Washington, D.C.
Logan Schmitt – West Virginia
Amy Rattner – Wyoming

CITIES:

Chor Boogie – Bay Area, California
Camille Rose Garcia – Los Angeles, California
La.Yera and German DuBois – Miami, Florida
Tylonn Sawyer – Detroit, Michigan
Andre Russell – Jersey City, New Jersey
Captain Eyeliner – New York City (Brooklyn)
Eric Orr – New York City (Bronx)
Rubem Robierb – New York City (Manhattan)
Hamilton Glass – Richmond, Virginia
Jesse Brown – Seattle, Washington