Contemporary Protest Art Rises to the Occasion

No matter where you sit on the political spectrum, there’s no doubt that activism has spiked over the past decade and with that, protest art has too. Displaying some of the last 10 years’ best activist designs, London’s Design Museum is currently showing “Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008–18,” exploring the ways in which graphic design and technology have elevated and evolved contemporary protests. From apparel and accessories, to posters, fliers, magazine covers and more, the pieces on show reflect an era in which we are making noise—audibly and visually. See more at FastCo.