Palestinian Land Day posters serve as a monument to the movement they represent. These vibrant graphics weave together images of nature and politics into a tapestry that is a testament to resilience. Like the bloodied kuffieyah print flower that breaks through barbed wire in the 1983 Land Day poster, these depictions promise life beyond barriers.
Below are the Palestinian Land Day posters from 1980-1989.
Land Day, ca. 1980. (Image: Palestinian Liberation Front)
Land Day, 1981. (Image: FATAH-Palestinian National Liberation Movement)
Land Day, 1982. (Photo: Abd Almouty Abozaid/ Al Saiqa)
Land Day, 1983. (Image: Marc Rudin/PFLP-Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine)
Land Day, ca. 1984 (Image: Muwaffaq Mattar/PLO Unified Information)
Land Day, 1985. (Image: Abed Abed El Hameed/PLO Unified Information)
Land Day, 1986. (Image: Sliman Mansour/Al Fajr)
Land Day, 1987. (Image: Naji al Ali)
Land Day, ca. 1988. (Image: Ghazi Inaim/PPSF-Palestinian Popular Struggle Front)
Land Day, 1989. (Image: DFLP-Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine)