New York Fire, New York, 1962
© Jim Marshall Photography LLC

New York Fire, New York, 1962

By Jim Marshall
About the image
Originally designed in 1958 by Gerald Holtom for the British organization, The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) this symbol quickly spread to the US, and was adopted by the CNVA - The Committee for Non-Violent Action in 1962. The CNVA was based in New York to consolidate protests against nuclear weapons and this is where Jim Marshall first began sighting the symbol scrawled on walls, signs, phone-booths and other public spaces.

Collector's Note:
This is a Limited Edition Estate Photograph produced by Jim Marshall Photography LLC in one size only. Each photograph is hand-numbered and bears the official estate seal on the reverse. Buyers will also receive a certificate of authenticity following delivery.

These beautiful fine art photographs are printed to order in San Francisco, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. Please contact us with questions! 

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New York Fire, New York, 1962
New York Fire, New York, 1962