Best of 2016
“The most poignant, poetic, and clear articulation of the collective fears of one swathe of society...'New No's' embodies inclusivity”
“Fresh, chilling resonance”
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Own a piece of contemporary art history.
New No's is a poem by Badlands Unlimited written after the election of Donald J. Trump and acts as a declaration against the drift of American society toward what is most un-American.
Designed by Paul Chan and Badlands, this poster is 24” X 36” (60.9cm X 91.5cm). The minimal and stark aesthetic beautifully reminds us of what is worth keeping in mind as we prepare for four years of
Trump Nero as president.
Since its publication in December 2016, New No's has entered into collections and has been exhibited throughout the world, including the Whitney Museum of American Art's exhibition, An Incomplete History of Protest. It was listed as one of the best works of art in 2016 by Holland Cotter in the New York Times and featured as one of the responses to the current political situation in Artforum.
Part of the proceeds from sales will go towards Planned Parenthood and the ACLU.
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