WHERE THERE IS NO ARTIST
Development Drawings and How to Use Them
Where There is No Artist contains more than 500 drawings of women and men, individually and in groups, on a wide range of educational and health issues and problems in an "accessible style, well suited to the requirement of illustrations for development." It describes basic drawing skills and how to adapt the illustrations, without special equipment, to different situations and audiences. With advice on pre-testing materials and on how to make other visual aids such as comic strips and puppets, this material will be extremely useful for NGOs, fieldworkers, teachers and others who wish to produce appropriate illustrations in the community for educational purposes. List of resources.
IT Publications, 1997. paper; 123 pages. ISBN 1-85339-391-6. US$14.95
This selection of graphics from the International Women's Tribune Centre (IWTC) offers strong positive images of women engaged in a range of activities. The clip-art may be reproduced provided appropriate credit is given.
FEMINIST LOGOS AND SYMBOLS
Feminist signs and symbols used by women's groups worldwide serve as the unifying thread in this clip art collection. Text in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic.
IWTC, 1984 updated/reprinted 1991. paper; 27 pp. US$5.00
RURAL WOMEN IN ACTION
Feminist signs and symbols used by women's groups worldwide serve as the unifying thread in this clip-art collection. Text in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic.
IWTC, 1984 updated/reprinted 1991. paper; 25 pp. US$5.00
The Password is Action
This is a collection of images of women marching with signs and participating in public meetings, small groups and workshops has blank signs so users can write their own group's messages. The book also suggests how to adapt illustrations to fit different cultural settings. Text in English, French, and Spanish.
IWTC, 1988. paper; 160 pp. US$8.00
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