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Occuprint Poster Collection

Identifier: SC-005


A collection of screenprint posters from the Occupy movement.


  • Creation: 2012

Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

All posters are governed by Creative Commons license BY-NC-SA 3.0. (

Biographical / Historical

Occuprint was established in 2012 after being asked to guest curate an issue from "The Occupied Wall Street Journal" for the global Occupy movement. Through collaboration with volunteer artists, Occuprint works to create compelling posters to bring awareness to social and economic issues. The Occuprint collective has created/printed many posters for the "Occupy Wall Street" movement. This movement was to fight against social and economic inequality within the United States. Protestors gathered in Zucotti Park, NY from September 17th, 2011 until forced out November 15th. After which they began to congregate in banks, corporations and college campuses. "We are the 99%" became the slogan for this movement and represents the wealth distribution between teh richest 1% and the reat of the U.S. population. This movement became global and gave rise to several protests all over the world.


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Occuprint Poster Collection
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Finding aid prepared by Tyler Kydd.
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Finding aid is in English.

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Part of the Hampshire College Archives and Special Collections Repository