L’Atelier Populaire 1968

L’Atelier Populaire 1968

Beauty Is in the Street: A Visual Record of the May '68 Paris Uprising: Kugelberg & Vermès. The faculty and student body of the Ecole des Beaux Arts were among the strikers, and a number of the students met in the lithographic department to produce the first poster of the revolt.  From this was born the Atelier Populaire, a collective of print shops that produced hundreds of posters which included many of the Situationist-inspired mottos  such as:"Be young and shut up" and "return to…

Beauty Is in the Street: A Visual Record of the May '68 Paris Uprising: Kugelberg & Vermès. The faculty and student body of the Ecole des Beaux Arts were among the strikers, and a number of the students met in the lithographic department to produce the first poster of the revolt. From this was born the Atelier Populaire, a collective of print shops that produced hundreds of posters which included many of the Situationist-inspired mottos such as:"Be young and shut up" and "return to…

Ateliers populaire Paris, 1968

Ateliers populaire Paris, 1968

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atelier populaire | Tumblr

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Atelier populaire de l'ex-École des beaux-arts: La chienlit c'est encore lui!, Affiche, x cm. Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie.

Paris Review – Posters from the Paris Protests, 1968, Atelier Populaire

Posters from the Paris Protests, 1968

Paris Review – Posters from the Paris Protests, 1968, Atelier Populaire

Paris Review – Posters from the Paris Protests, 1968, Atelier Populaire

Posters from the Paris Protests, 1968

Paris Review – Posters from the Paris Protests, 1968, Atelier Populaire

Atelier Populaire of May 1968

Atelier Populaire of May 1968

"The struggle continues" During the May 1968 Paris Uprisings the students at the École des Beaux Arts organised their printmaking studios to produce political posters.

May 1968: A Graphic Uprising

"The struggle continues" During the May 1968 Paris Uprisings the students at the École des Beaux Arts organised their printmaking studios to produce political posters.

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