Silkscreen Crusaders

"Since they were designed and printed by the students, often on silk screens they had themselves made, and were rushed out to be posted while still wet, the activity as a whole is closer to that of a crusader (or a revolutionary) than to that of an artist.... A notable characteristic of the student poster movement is that during this burst of creative expression, which was accompanied by a sense that the message was heard, a great peace reigned on campus."

Herschel B. Chipp, Professor of Art History
From the introduction of Unite Against the War
(Folio of posters produced for an exhibition at the University Art Museum)