Digital prints, screen prints, various locations

28x24 (digital), 17x11 (screen print)

These posters evoked the Third World liberation movements of the 1960s, manifested in today's Bay Area with the extremely contemporary, extremely Bay Area phrase "YEE!" Small screen printed posters re-enacted the production processes favored by activists of the 60s, while larger inkjet prints were placed in various locations on Stanford's campus to resurrect/implicate the university's relationship to Bay Area social movements past and present. The positive social vision, or "yes," sustained from the 60s through today was re-articulated as an energetic, urgent "YEE!"