Bring Them Home Now

Oct 18, 2023


Join this Global Moment to Bring Home the Hostages Taken from Israel

Tel-Aviv-based artists saw the horrors unfolding as 200 innocent civilians were abducted from Israel into the Gaza Strip by Hamas and decided to act immediately. Together they created posters featuring those who were taken that anyone can download and print, asking that the global community post them everywhere.

This campaign is unfunded and has now become one of the most widespread guerilla public artworks in history, as it continues to spread with new images of posters surfacing in streets, stations, universities, protests, and more.

The poster files were created by a small group of Israelis based in New York City, led by artists Nitzan Mintz and Dede Bandaid, and designed by Tal Huber partnered with Shira Gershoni.

With the clear goal of returning these hostages back home safely and immediately, thousands of people have been hanging photos of the hostages in dozens of cities around the world, pasting up posters that were circulated for individuals to print independently.

On October 7th, 2023 Hamas abducted civilians from 3 months to 85 years old in the midst of a vicious attack against Israel during which thousands of children, elderly, women, and men were slaughtered, raped, and wounded. Across the world people of all religions and nationalities are coming together to say #NEVERAGAIN and #bringthemhomenow.

Please download & print as many copies as you can, in color or black and white, at home or at a local print store.

Share the link everywhere.

#bringthemhomenow #KidnappedFromIsrael


For more information, contact Clem Boyd, Director of Public Relations, at or text him at 724.930.4003, or Gwen Adams, Public Relations Manager,  at or text her at 724.936.1120.

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