Need a March for Science poster? These vintage-style travel posters from an apocalyptic future can be yours for free

So you can’t draw to save your life but you want a snazzy sign for the upcoming March for Science?

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(Courtesy Walden Hyde) climate change posters; climate march; science march; earth day;
(Courtesy Walden Hyde)

So you can’t draw to save your life but you want a snazzy sign for the upcoming March for Science?

Boulder-based brand agency Walden Hyde has these fun — if the post-ice melt apocalypse can be fun — posters available as free downloads. Based on vintage travel posters, Walden Hyde originally made them back in 2013 to raise awareness about climate change.

“While we’ve all seen the data about climate change, we know that many people need more than data and statistics to pay attention. Through illustrating a dark future in which iconic landmarks and natural destinations look radically different as a result of climate change, we’re aiming to create an emotional connection to the issue,” said Katie Dunn, director of strategy at Walden Hyde, in an email.

Walden Hyde has sold some copies of the posters over the years, but the agency decided to make the downloads available for free as the agency’s contribution to the March for Science.

You are, of course, free to hang them on your wall instead if you already have a clever sign.

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(Courtesy Walden Hyde)

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