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Mar 23

some poster/flyer ideas.... please comment/make suggestions ....(Ed where is the settings icon?)




Mar 23

sorry its crooked - and I will re do the white .... uncertain whether to add colour leaves etc.... wonder what people think?

'COMPASSION for animals in farming'.......this is the very least to be aimed for! Animal LIBERATION is the rightful aim. There is no civilised world, and never will be, while we torture and murder animals as we do.

I think it is important to use the XR , logo prominantly, as well as a more locally 'digestable' one.!

Mar 27

Ok - I think the first batch will have to have logo added afterwards... I did add .... compassion for animals... - space is limited!

thankyou, that is one step in the right direction at least.

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