A New and Unsettling Force, screenprint, 12”x18”, 2017

Poor People’s Campaign Poster Portfolio
Just Seeds, 2018

Twenty-five 12”x18” screenprint posters by twenty-four artists. Also available as downloadable images. Popular education component of  Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival


Jane Norling, Miranda Bergman at launch of 400’ mural Educate to Liberate, San Francisco, 1988.


Protest! Les Affiches Qui Ont Changé le Monde, 1968–1973
(Protest! Posters That Changed the World, 1968–1973
Michaël Lellouche
Chene, 2018


Chapter 8: Light the Sky
San Francisco Peace and Hope, 2018

Literary journal devoted to poetry and visual art. Featuring the painting Love the Woods, 40x40”, oil and graphite on panel, 2011.


Take Back the Fight Catalog 
Interference Archive, 2017


The Lake The Islands, 30”x 30”, oil, resin & graphite on alder panel, 2009

Jane Norling’s Art
Margaret Randall


Street Art San Francisco: Mission Muralismo
Annice Jacoby
Abrams Books, 2009


Revolución: Cuban Poster Art
Lincoln Cushing
Chronicle Books, 2003

Includes poster Jane Norling designed while on staff at OSPAAAL (Organization of Solidarity with the People of Africa, Asia and Latin America). 23 de septiembre Día de Solidaridad Mundial con la Lucha del Pueblo de Puerto Rico/September 23 Day of World Solidarity with the Struggle of the People of Puerto Rico, offset, 27”x19” , Havana, 1972.


Sisters Celebrate Vietnamese Independence Day, Sept 2-5, Jane Norling, Gail Dolgin design & print, 11”x14,” offset, Peoples Press, 1971

One Struggle, Two Communities: Late 20th Century Political Posters of Havana, Cuba and the San Francisco Bay Area
Lincoln Cushing exhibition curator, 2003

Posters of Bay Area artists Enrique Chagoya, Emory Douglas, Juan Fuentes, Rupert Garcia, Nancy Hom, Malaquias Montoya, Jane Norling, Jos Sances reflect the impact of Cuban graphics on movement posters produced in 1960s-70s.