Today, Thailand is under martial law and there are a lot of different ideas around about what that means. We're not going to guess nor comment on ongoing political issues as that is not something that we do. We can see a need to talk more about the general value of the Humanities for Thailand, and we'll be revising our mission statement to reflect a broader ideal. We're still campaigning and bringing awareness about the Nazi chic trend and the Holocaust, but it seems that is a symptom of a larger issue.
We're still open for foundation-ness during the ongoing political crisis and we've been working away on new posters. We hope to have a Bangkok event in September to sell the posters directly to teachers and supporters, have a chat and a beverage, we will let you know.
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Without further ado, here are the new designs
Here are some more large posters, totally free for you to print. Most of the images will also work in monochrome if you don't have access to a color printer. These images are around A3 sized but can be printed a bit larger or smaller if you like. If you can only print on A4, here are some directions on how to print on two sheets of A4 paper to make an A3 image, with some assembly required.
Please suggest any ideas you'd like to see as a poster and also feel free to send us your photos of our posters 'in action.' All we ask is that you keep the text at the bottom giving us credit for our hard work.
The first poster has been contributed by Artist TheRaf. If you would like to show off your design skills let us know, the pay is a pittance (as in none) but the prestige is priceless!
For the previous posters in this series, have a look here: