Occupy Design Launched By London Protest Movement

Occupy Design Launched By London Protest Movement
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The kick-off weekend for Occupy Design includes a hands-on series of workshops examining design within the context of protest.

Kyana Gordon
  • 27 january 2012

Tomorrow, kicks off launch weekend for Occupy Design, an event organized by Occupy London, featuring a series of talks and workshops discussing what the movement’s new design group hopes to achieve. Convening in London’s The Rag Factory Ltd, the program was in part conceived because of the lack of interest from UK art colleges towards the discontent felt by many students. Though the design community has expressed much interest in the Occupy movement, Jonathan Barnbrook, celebrated graphic designer and typographer, and one of the event’s organizers explained to Creative Review:

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