• Imagine, Imagine Desktop Backgrounds

    Arts & Culture


    One of our favorite pieces is a remake of a poster for the 1986 Australian Anarchist Centenary Celebrations, which we are making available as a desktop background for our readers. The Celebrations were organized by the Melbourne Anarchist Club, the country’s first, and included the likes of the renown John William “Chummy” Fleming. First offered as an offset lithographic print (measuring 41.9 cm by 29.2 cm) the poster commemorates the 100th anniversary of organized anarchist activity in Australia.

    Central to the poster is the symbol of the encircled A, the most common and recognizable representaion of Proudhon’s maxim, “Anarchy is Order.” We’ve chosen to keep as much of the original intact here.

    Grab the 800 x 600 and the 1024 x 768 versions here.

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