Extinction Rebellion woodblocks and prints

How can we use design to voice our opinions and make change in the world?

Extinction Rebellion is a global environmental movement who utilise non-violent civil disobedience in an attempt to halt mass extinction and minimise the risk of social collapse.

Join curator Corinna Gardner as we look at the Extinction Rebellion woodblocks and prints in our collection, and find out how this globally recognised visual identity has been used as a call for climate action.

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Header image:

Fabric patches, Extinction Rebellion. Museum nos. CD.4-2019, CD.6-2019, CD.7-2019, CD.8-2019, CD.9-2019.