NOTE: THIS ART KIT IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING UPDATED, SO CHECK BACK FOR MORE AND NEW ART SOON.
All around the world, people are rising up to take action supporting the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and their allies defending their lands and water. You can find more information about what’s happening here and read the full supporter toolkit here.
In this kit are some resources to make strong visuals and art to carry our messages and make our actions stronger and more visible. Making art together is also a good way to involve people and build community. Below you will find:
Christi Belcourt and Isaac Murdoch Designs
Christi Belcourt shared these designs, writing, “People been asking, so here they are. They are free to use for any grassroots actions to support land and water. No need to ask or credit me.” The Keep It In the Ground Thunderbird design is by Isaac Murdoch. DOWNLOAD HERE (Dropbox) or from Facebook HERE click arrow to go to next image to see all designs.
Isaac and Chrisit have many more images on there Onoman Collective site here.
Here are some Tips for Making Signs from Design Downloads-ways to make bigger signs, using the black and white version from a printer or copier to hand color and tips for putting them on cardboard or other rigid backing for signs.
Designs by Jesse Purcell (Download here)
Land Back Posters:
These beautiful designs are by Loki Design. They have approved these posters for public use. Download here!
Painting Flags and Banners
Painting street murals on pavement with non-toxic tempera or clay paint is spreading across North America. Here’s some examples (including the largest ever 5 block long street mural) and here’s a How to Paint a Street Mural Guide.
Wet'suwet'en Solidarity Victoria, February 8
Group Photo Tips
Chants and Songs for Wet’suwet’en Solidarity