Buy a protest print and help support the Workers Gallery

Winking teen holding a sign saying 'We'll be less activist if you be less shit'

Treat yourself

The four most popular images from my exhibition at the Workers Gallery are currently for sale as prints. They’re just £14.50 each, or two for £25.00. Bargs!

Buy one, and not only will you have an inspiring furious woman on your wall – you’ll also be helping the gallery.

A sustainable gallery on wheels

The Workers is located in the village of Ynyshir, deep in the Rhondda valleys. As I discovered when I visited, those valleys are divided by stunning, but extremely steep and high hills, meaning that just popping down to the gallery is not an option for everyone, especially if they have mobility issues.

The Workers has a great, sustainable answer though – an electric cargo bike. Once an exhibition has finished its run, they pack the pictures in the back and pedal off to anyone who wants to see it!

Do some good

If you’d like to help support this kind of activity, or indeed, more widely just support a gallery that is providing a much-needed cultural hub to its community, you can purchase the prints here.

And if you’re feeling you’d like to do more for them, the Workers also have a Patreon. You can support their work on an ongoing basis (but stop whenever you like) from just £3.00 a month.

Published by Myfanwy Tristram

I am an illustrator, situated in Brighton on the south coast of England, and with a special interest in comics and graphic memoir. I also work for a non-profit which encourages people to be active in democracy and to exercise rights such as the right to information through FOIA.

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