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"ATTACK (INSERT COUNTRY HERE)?  NO!"
Images for websites and signs

These images were made in Adobe Illustrator and are provided here in JPG format for online use and in PDF format for printing on 11x17 paper (for signs and posters). They are inspired by the famous and ubiquitous (at least, here in Stumptown) www.commondreams.org sticker. Please use them, alter them, do whatever you want with them - and if you have any design suggestions or want the original Illustrator files, please contact me at quisquose@yahoo.com.


 
  To download on a PC, right-click the link and select "Save Target", or "Save Link As" or whatever's similar. Sorry, I don't know to download images on a Mac. Please note that on some of the PDFs the graphics may look a little misaligned and the photos may have white lines in them. These seem to just be abnormalities in the display - if you zoom in, they go back to normal. I assume they'll print fine.

attack_no_lndscp.pdf
748 Kb - tabloid (11x17), landscape
Your friendly local copy shop will color laser print this on 11"x17" paper for about $2. Use at a peace rally or put in your office/home window.

attack_no_lndscp_72dpi.jpg
94 Kb - same, at screen resolution
Sized to fit on a standard screen. For use on websites and for emailing.

attack_no_column_150dpi_tbld.jpg
260 Kb - tabloid (11x17), portrait
Sized to print out on one 11"x17" page with decent resolution, but small enough to email.

attack_no_column_72dpi.jpg
50 Kb - same, at screen resolution
Sized to fit vertically on a standard screen. For use on websites and for emailing.


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attack_no.pdf
957 Kb - tabloid (11x17), portrait, two pages
The original idea: the full column on two separate 11x17 pages. Print them out ($2 per side for color laser printouts at Kinko's) and mount them vertically or on either side of a sign.


 
  • There is, of course, no definite number of deaths yet for the current war in Iraq. The sign was created in April 2003, and atthat time some web research indicated that 5,000 was a safe, conservative estimate of both civilians and soldiers killed so far (since then an excellent website has come about that at least tracks civilian deaths, Iraq Body Count). I made a point of including Iraqi soldiers as we often dismiss military deaths as less important than civilians deaths - which is ridiculous, particularly given that much of the Iraqi army was apparently conscripted: brothers, husbands, and sons who had no choice.
  • As a disclaimer, none of the websites listed in the image were involved with the creation of these images.
  • As noted in the image itself, the photos in the montage are used per section 107 of the U.S. Code, which allows for the "fair use" of copyrighted materials when used for education and not for profit. Read http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/107.shtml if you want to know more.

Iraq Body County ticker

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