SYLVIA'S CAMPAIGNING ART
Sylvia's artwork and imagery gave the Women's Social and Political Union its coherent visual identity. The WSPU is thought to be the first campaigning body ever to use design and colour to create a corporate identity, though Sylvia was not the only artist involved. She designed flags, banners and gifts for sale, and used her artistic skills to decorate halls and meeting rooms for the Suffragettes.
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Also in the 'Sylvia the Artist' section:
Sylvia the Artist: Introduction, Sylvia's Painting Career, Women Workers of England Project and Sylvia's Campaigning Art
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