Here is all the publicity produced for the Bristol Anarchist Bookfair 2011. We hope you’ll use the images, and print off the posters, and circulate far and wide – online and in the street. Starting off with…

Bookfair 2011 promo film – click the links to open the film – on BlipTV and YouTube
Bookfair 2011 on Facebook

Black & White Posters

AHead poster B&W
AHead poster B&W

All are pdfs, and the image jpg you see is a greyscale version of the ‘AHead’ colour poster.

AHead black & white poster – ahead_posterbw

Organise for anarchy poster – organise4a_poster

Bookfair Fist poster – bookfairfist_poster

Imagine a day poster – imagineaday2_poster

Make them pay poster – makethempay_poster1

Resist cuts poster – resistcuts_poster

These should all print off fine at A4 size, copyleft and print up. Or why not knock up your own local bookfair poster? Send us an image and we’ll put it up here. Cheers.

Colour Poster and Flyer

We have printed several hundred colour posters and several thousand colour flyers. If you can distro any then get in touch by email, or you should be able to pick some up from Kebele social centre, and The Smiling Chair. We hope these colour posters will go up and stay up in centres, shops, cafes, pubs, libraries and the like. As well as publicising the bookfair, they also help promote anarchist ideas at a time when there has never been a greater need for alternatives to capitalist oblivion.
Many thanks to Fatticus of Yate and Mr Stuffit for the art and design.ahead_posterlargeflyer_frontflyer_reverse
Text From Back Of Flyer:
In the Tradition of May Day…Resistance and Alternatives to Cuts

This years Bristol Bookfair takes place just after May Day, the historic international workers day when people remember and celebrate struggles past and present. Since the Haymarket Martyrs struggle for a 40 hour week in Chicago in 1886, working people have won many reforms to improve their daily lives, both at work and in society as a whole. But as we gather for this year’s Bookfair many of those gains are being torn from our grasp by the ideologically driven ConDem Coalition. With inflation & unemployment rising, cuts in jobs & services gathering pace, privatisation for profit rampant, and an increasingly authoritarian state going to war with its civilian population, 2011 is shaping up as being one of the most critical years in Britain for decades.

The UK’s student & youth protests of late 2010 energised a faltering campaign against cuts. But still the cuts keep coming, not just here but around the world. An international crisis demands an international resistance, one that is built from the bottom up, beginning locally. The Bristol Bookfair hopes to play its part in helping that resistance grow.

Anarchists have no illusions about the intentions of bosses and the state – they profit from our labours and try to control our daily lives. Whilst we engage with our neighbours and fellow workers in local struggles to better our daily lives, our ultimate aim is not small scale reform but total social revolution, not in the distant future but right here and now.

The Bookfair will focus on resistance to the cuts & crisis, and on theoretical and real alternatives, happening right now. We invite YOU – workers & unemployed, students & youth, anarchists, friends, radicals and other freethinkers to participate as equals at the Bookfair. To share ideas & experiences, discuss & debate, plot & plan. Whether you are new to anarchist ideas and practices, or a long-term activist, you will find something for everyone at the Bristol Bookfair. As we gather the many strands of anarchism into one large melting pot, and stir gently – come along and see what’s cooking!

Social Change Not Regime Change

Here’s the poster for the Radical History Zone and for other related events:



2011stickers1_small2011stickers2_smallBookfair Stickers
Some generous people paid for and produced these stickers for the bookfair. Here’s a pdf of them 2011stickers

Saturday May 12th 2018 Taking place at the Black Swan and BASE