“End Guantanamo” banner for your blog!March 23, 2007 at 9:43 pm | Posted in Blogging, Guantanamo, Politics | 21 Comments
Tags: concentration camp, Dirty Tricks, End, ethical issues, Government spin, Human Rights, Iraq, Military Tribunals, Petition, sidebar, Terror Spin, Terrorism, Terrorism Trials, Trials, US Government, USA, War Spin, War-on-terror, widget
What’s happening in Guantanamo is unacceptable up and down. I don’t believe in signing petitions anymore, but I am going to try now to give my message, End Guantanamo!, a new visual ID.
While allegations of torture happening in Guantanamo have become rife, I didn’t want to go down the gory path of design. Instead, I opted for a minimalist style, more akin to the pictograms developed by Otl Aicher for the Olympic games in 1972.
You can help spread the message – download the image below, mail it, print it, put it on your blog! Leave a comment with email address if you’d like to have a copy of the Photoshop and Illustrator files.
You may download this image (right mouse click on the image and then download it) or link to it. You’ll find different sizes on my Flickr page if you click on the image or this link. You do not have to give me credit. It is licensed under a Creative Commons license, requesting attribution, but you don’t have to do that – CC just doesn’t offer licenses without attribution. You may not use it for commercial purposes and what ever you do with the image, you should also allow others to do with it. You may NOT use it if you intend to deride its message.
Here is an explanation how to put an image in your sidebar: Add a text widget to your WP sidebar, paste this code into it, then save:
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