by Julie Wilson
Julie Wilson is an artist living in Santa Monica, California. Julie says, "I did these teen tiny protest signs because HE IS NOT MY PRESIDENT and he never will be!"
by Nelleke Verhoeff
Nelleke says, "I made this illustration after the attacks on Paris last year. We still will need this, maybe more than ever..."
by Tatiana Gill
Tatiana Gill is an artist living in Seattle, Washington. Tatiana says: "I drew this comic in the first few days after the election. As I went through a roller coaster of different reactions, I was reminded of the stages of grief."
by Sophia Zarders
Sophia Zarders is an illustrator and comic artist from Los Angeles. Sophia illustrates powerful figures that fight for justice, resistance and feminism.
by Anna Christine
Anna says, "Although for many the stakes of this election means that living in the United States, let alone living well, is in jeopardy, I appreciated the way the phrase reminded me that resistance also comes from taking enough care of yourself to be able to resist. Two of my favorite sources of self care are spending time in saunas and bitching with friends--the fact that the comic suddenly evolved into two big, naked, hairy women felt like another delicious sliver of revenge."
by My Ngoc To
My Ngoc To says, "Every morning since the election, I've woken up and felt like I have to fight tons of oppressive forces that have gathered on top of me throughout the night. But each morning I do somehow get up, and that to me is a really big form of resistance. "
by Jamaica Dyer
Jamaica says, "I keep a daily comic diary, and through the course of this election I've done my best to keep my eyes open and record my feelings. The end result is a clash of horror and the mundane, the moments of beauty strike out stronger than before, the moments of grief sit on the page naked. I feel it captures the clash of everything, and the resolution at the end to carry on. "
by Lauren Simkin Berke
Lauren says, "As a gender non-conforming person, I was foolish thinking I might see a time when my existence itself was not dangerous. Now, more than ever, trying to create images for the forces of good, to help in the struggle for human decency."