Since 2017, graphic designer Lexi Visco and Lena Wolff paired up to collaborate on two series of posters made in response to the political climate triggered by the election of Donald Trump. The first poster series, Berkeley Stands United Against Hate, was adapted and spread to over eight Bay Area cities. Following that, a series of VOTE posters in English and Spanish were released just ahead of the November 2018 midterm election and subsequently shipped to over 15 states including Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Pennsylvania and Washington.

To date, over 100,000 United Against Hate posters have been printed and 20,000 VOTE posters at the union printshop Autumn Press in Berkeley, both series distributed to the public for free through generous support by public crowdsourcing, as well as an artist grant from the City of Berkeley awarded to Wolff in 2018.

Visco and Wolff plan to release a second set of VOTE posters for the 2020 election, with the aim of printing and distributing as many as possible to send to every state in the country.