What we disagree to: a protest handbook
2019 editorial design
It is crucial to talk, to defend one another, to advocate for one's rights in public, and to have a sense of humor despite the seriousness of the situation. How can design encourage political action and help create new forms of protest? How can designers fight for unalienable rights?
A book project about protest culture's concept, editorial design, and art. The journal aims to motivate readers to do protest-related research and to promote political engagement.
»As part of a study project, I conceptualized and created a protest guide with the illustrator Clara Girke. We had lengthy discussions on how designers may utilize their skills to influence protest. The final book aims to frighten, engage, move, inspire, and get you to think creatively.«
The Protest Guide uses text and colorful illustrations to discuss nonviolent conflict techniques and to enlighten readers about various protest movements. The book is appropriate for all age groups because it combines verbal and visual approaches.
Collaboration with Clara Girke on a book project (digital print, 17 27 cm) under the direction of Prof. Andrea Tinnes and Pierre Pané-Farré