We're excited to offer four free downloads for use as posters, t-shirts, signs, postcards, and other formats to show and share your support for different causes. Please note however that none of our free downloads are for resale use and that we retain all rights to the artwork. Enjoy!
Well, we wrested medical coverage out of the jaws of death; now it's time to save the earth!
If you're going to participate in the March for Science on April 22nd, to tell the strange people who have recently taken over our government that we DO believe in science, we DO want clean air and water, we DO want our National Parks protected, and we DO want to remain a leader in medical research, then we have the FREE DOWNLOAD for you! Download my Science March art below to make your protest signs, t-shirts, totes, whatever you need to help you make it through the march. Use this as your "permission slip" if you're working with a printing company. Have fun! Exercise your power! Never, ever, ever give up!
— Mary Engelbreit
Reads: Science. It's a thing.
Learn more about the March for Science at their website: marchforscience.com
No purchase necessary! Download one or both of the two available sizes:
Reads: Our bodies. Our business. Our rights.
No purchase necessary! Download one or both of the two available sizes below:
Please consider supporting Mary Engelbreit and Planned Parenthood by purchasing this artwork as a fine print by following this link.
Looking to send some encouragement to a friend or feedback to your elected officials? We're offering our two popular "Nevertheless, She Persisted" artworks in postcard form—free to download!
- Postcard size: approximately 5.5" x 4.25"
- Each 8.5" x 11" sheet includes 2 postcards and crop marks.
- One-sided—no back image or template included.
- Download the PDF by clicking the big blue button.
- Print using sturdy 8.5" x 11" paper on any standard printer.
- Cut out the two postcards with a straightedge and X-acto knife, scissors, or paper trimmer, referencing the crop marks.
- Writing on the back: We recommend writing in the left half of the postcard and leaving the right half for the postage and address. Leave 5/8ths of an inch at the bottom of the postcard blank for post office barcode marking.
- Each postcard is formatted to qualify for a $0.34 stamp. For more information on postage pricing, see the USPS website here.