Banner: Save the Independent Living Fund.
Made with cotton and felt, the banner was designed by Brian Hilton and hand-made by Wadiha Ahmed in 2014. It was used extensively in the ‘Save the Independent Living Fund’ campaign. This photo shows the banner being held up by protestors outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London.
Landscape colour photo of the ‘Save the ILF’ banner being lifted into the air at a protest.
The banner is bright blue, approximately 5ft or 150cm wide, 3ft or 90cm tall.
‘Save the Independent Living Fund’ is in the middle of the banner in large yellow block capitals.
The top left corner has ‘Inclusion London’ in black and purple writing inside a lilac oblong.
The top right corner has ‘GMCDP’ in green block capitals inside a black oblong.
The bottom left corner has ‘DPAC’ in white block capitals inside a black triangle.
The bottom right corner has a black stick figure holding up a placard inside a red oblong.