Project 270


The Fight Goes On!
Support the Senate Runoffs in Georgia

The vote is precious. It is the most powerful non-violent tool we have in a democratic society, and we must use it. And so you must go out all across America and tell young people, and people not so young, tell all of us: Vote. The vote is powerful.

— Congressman John Lewis

In 2020, Millennials and Gen Z – voters 18 to 38 – represented the future of this country and nearly 40% of the electorate. Yet, little if any of the content created by major campaigns was done so with them in mind. Project 270 was forged as an effort to increase voter awareness and turnout, particularly amongst this age group, by flooding the country with Get Out The Vote (GOTV) images, posters, billboards, and other art in the three weeks prior to election day.

The project covered all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Our aim was to get critical information out through a creative medium that reflected the collective consciousness of the United States and motivated young voters to show up on November 3rd.

To do this, we partnered with outstanding graphic and street artists to create 52 state-specific (plus DC and Puerto Rico) posters. To maximize the reach and overall impact of the project, all imagery created was made available to the public, for free, via digital download and giveaways.

With the general election behind us, the focus has now turned to the all important senate runoffs in Georgia. The outcome of these two elections will determine the Senate majority. To raise awareness and increase Gen Z voter turnout, Project 270 has partnered with Campus Voter Project to distribute posters to 12 college campuses across Georgia.

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Do you have available wall space or billboards for our posters? Do you want to get involved with the Project 270 efforts? We’d love to hear from you.

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Partners

  • Mana Urban Arts Project
  • Gary Lichtenstein Editions
  • I Vote Because
  • This Is Our Moment
  • Mannion
  • Murals for Humanity
  • Art in General

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