1980S POLITICAL POSTER SOUTH AFRICA APARTHEID "DON'T BANK ON APARTHEID" BOYCOTT BANKS
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Limited edition, signed anti-Apartheid silkscreen poster by Diane Haft, 1985. Red and black on cream colored stock. Pencil signed by the artist in the lower right corner.
The piece features the headline "Don't Bank on Apartheid" and was created to encourage consumers to boycott banks like Bank of America, Chase Manhattan, French Bank, etc. that did business in South Africa. The full text of the poster is:
3. away from one another a•part•heid (ә-pärt´hit), n. [S.Afr.D., aprt-ness] in South Africa, the policy of strict racial segregation. a•part•heid in South Africa, segregation. a•part•heid Don't Bank on Apartheid! Bank on America Sumitomo Security Pacific Bank Crocker Bank Hanover Trust Citi Bank French Bank Union Bank Chase Manhattan strict racial segregation apart- -take apart [see apart] strict in South Africa adg. separated
Measures: 59 cm x 44 cm; 23 1/4 in x 17 5/16 in. Overall excellent condition, no tears or holes. A few stains, some from the silk screening process. Very minor adhesive stains on the back from previous mounting.
The poster is in several collections, including the collection of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics Center in Culver City, California.
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