"It’s like we’re always reinventing the wheel, but some of these posters tell you what worked and what didn’t work a generation ago or more." - Carol Wells
The Center for the Study of Political Graphics, based in Los Angeles, is home to a collection of over 90,000 protest graphics and the largest collection of post World War II posters in the United States. In this episode, Carol Wells, Founder and Executive Director of CSPG, gives a tour of the archive to Kevin Caplicki, one of the co-founders of Interference Archive and a member of Justseeds Artist Collective.
For more information about CSPG, visit: http://www.politicalgraphics.org/
Music: "Favorite Secrets" by Waylon Thornton, courtesy of Free Music Archive.
Produced by Interference Archive.
Note: Carol states that CSPG holds 20-50 posters in each flatfile drawer. This is a mistake--there are actually 10-20 folders in each drawer, and 20-50 posters in each folder.
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