Die Typo-Bude Vocal gestaltet Schriften nach den Protestschildern aus historischen Protest- und Bürgerrechtsbewegungen. Der Font Martin basiert beispielsweise auf Schildern der Proteste nach der Ermordung von Martin Luther King Jr., Evita basiert auf der argentinischen Bewegung für Frauenrechte. // Jason Kottke
Martin Luther King Jr. joined the [Memphis Sanitation Strike of 1968], speaking to a crowd of 6,000 in late March and returning on April 3rd to deliver one of his most famous speeches, “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop.” King placed the strike in a larger context, declaring, “The masses of people are rising up.”
King was assassinated at Memphis’s Lorraine Motel the next night, just one day before a massive rally was planned. On April 8, four days after King’s assassination, his widow, Coretta Scott King, led some 20,000 marchers through the streets of Memphis, holding copies of another poster that read, “HONOR KING: END RACISM!” The strike ended on April 16, with the city agreeing to union recognition and raises.