This is a 300 DPI 18x22 inch poster that we are now printing for a select few cities in Eastern and Western Europe. (They come in a variety of languages, but for the purpose of this, it is in English).
You are free to open this document in Photoshop, as it is in PSD format, and print it at a local print shop or just print out flyer sized documents. The fonts for the logo and the copyright are purchased and can not be included, so you will have to use existing pixel data. These parts should not be edited anyway.
The actual font used for the message has been included in this package, as it is a free font ("ATROX.ttf"). All of the non-text objects are in Photoshop vector formats and can be resized to any DPI or pixel size.
Included also in this package is a separate PSD of the CPDA official logo in three colours (red, white, and black), and the other PSD is one of the Hammer and Sickle, just in case you'd like to use it. It is in vector format so you may resize it as well.
The usage contract is simple: Free use for all images, except the poster when doing heavy editing (but editing such as adding places to visit or meeting times is fine). You may ask if you want to edit the other content, and we will most likely okay it.
This is RARed with WinRAR, a compression utility. To open download the free WinRAR at [link]
communism has a nice message, the only thing that needs to change is the way we put it to use. We should avoid making one person leader and look for a way everyone is able to contribute to make it really equal for everybody. I''m not really good with words, but I hope everyone can understand what I tried saying here. Really, communism does not kill, only people can do that.
Do you really think that market socialism implemented by China is the same thing as the centralized economies of the Eastern Block? Is so, then you literally know nothing about economics. Let me share some info with you: if individuals are allowed ownership of the means of production rather than the public (i.e. how modern China functions), then it is neither socialist or communist. Please read up on economics and political science before you make assumptions.