Calling all AIGA Saint Louis members! You can submit poster designs today until election day, Tuesday, November 3, 2020 to help AIGA get out the vote!
Posters received by National Voter Registration Day (September 22, 2020) and Vote Early Day (October 24, 2020) will have the greatest impact.
- Designs are scaled at 11×17 inches to suit personal color printers (as well as commercial printing presses).
- When sharing on social media, please tag the designer and @AIGADesign with the hashtags #AIGAVote and #GetOutTheVote.
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By submitting a poster, you certify that you created or have ownership of the work—including the right to distribute stock images and fonts used in your design. You retain the copyright and agree to distribute under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. You grant to AIGA the right to use accepted work for reproduction in posters for the Get Out the Vote initiative; in publications; in exhibitions; on its website and partner websites; and for educational and AIGA-related noncommercial promotional purposes.
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Hang or share a poster and help Get Out the Vote in your community!
AIGA Get Out The Vote posters are available for download, printing, and distribution by anyone interested in supporting AIGA’s mission. Thank you to the AIGA Membership for providing free artwork to the general public to increase impact and advocacy for voting. These designs show the power and value of design within communities and across the nation.
Get Out The Vote Background
Every four years since 2000, AIGA has activated its community of designers across the U.S. and beyond to Get Out the Vote. The campaign is part of Design for Democracy, an AIGA initiative to increase civic participation through design.
In 2020, AIGA recognizes the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, granting women the right to vote in 1920 with a special edition of Get Out the Vote: Empowering the Women’s Vote. It commemorates the first legislation for women’s voting rights. Not until the passage of the Voting Rights Act in 1965 were voting rights of all women protected and enforced.
GOTV identity by studio of Christine Wisnieski + Empowering the Women’s Vote identity and timeline designed by Kelly Salchow MacArthur and Nancy Skolos
Special thanks to the Design for Democracy Committee, chaired by Frances Yllana, for organizing the 2020 Get Out the Vote effort, as well as Kelly Salchow MacArthur and Nancy Skolos for initiating the Get Out the Vote: Empowering the Women’s Vote project. View the Key Moments in Voting Rights + Women’s Fight for Equality Timeline.