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1967 poster “Make Love Not War” (Weisser, Tarot Press) was based on a slogan that Diane Newell Meyer, a student at the University of Oregon, pinned to her sweater at an anti-war demonstration in 1965. “Decades of Dissent,” a new exhibition organized by the Center for the Study of Political Graphics at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, showcases protest posters from the 1960s and ’70s. (via Seeing Things | Power to the Poster - NYTimes.com)

1967 poster “Make Love Not War” (Weisser, Tarot Press) was based on a slogan that Diane Newell Meyer, a student at the University of Oregon, pinned to her sweater at an anti-war demonstration in 1965. “Decades of Dissent,” a new exhibition organized by the Center for the Study of Political Graphics at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, showcases protest posters from the 1960s and ’70s. (via Seeing Things | Power to the Poster - NYTimes.com)

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