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The Haiti Poster Project, organized by Moxie Sozo's Leif Steiner, San Diego creative director Josh Higgins and a group of others, was launched three days after the January 12th, 2010 earthquake in Haiti. The project is a collaborative effort by the design community to help affect change through their work. Around 200 posters have arrived so far, with another 200 on the way. The pieces are arriving daily from all over the world, including 3 different designers in Iran.

The website, featuring the signed and numbered, limited edition posters, is live and ready for you to start combing in preparation for the sale – which begins April 5th. There is some incredible work and the cause goes without saying. All money raised will be donated to Doctors Without Borders.


Hello everyone,

There are currently around 200 posters on the site, with another 200+ on the way. They are arriving daily, from all over the world – including at least 3 from Iran.

There is some great work on there from local shops as well. Check out Cypher13's poster...........

If you are interested in purchasing, sales begin on April 5th.

If you are interested in contributing, we're still accepting submissions. We need 25 of each edition, signed and numbered. There are more details on the site.


These are amazing posters.... such little content but says soooo much!
Great job!

If you have a poster designed and are still looking for a printer we can help. Print Matters has a special link for Haiti Poster Project pieces, We believe in the power of print and this is just such a worthy project we had to help.

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