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Contested Space

The notion of Contested Space is rooted in the idea that public space, understood in its broadest way, is generated as an unstable articulation of heterogeneous agents and conditions, which often leads to tensions and contradictions.

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Urban lab posters

Selection of posters and invites for the Urban Laboratory at UCL.

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Champ des possibles

Promotional material for the experimental documentary Champs des Possibles, directed, filmed and edited by Cristina Picchi. The poster blends together a selection of movie stills, echoing the multilayered sequence of personal memories, urban sounds, the winter cityscape of Montreal and images of nature.

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Cities Methodologies

Poster, guide and events calendar for the annual exhibition showcasing innovative urban research methodologies. The exhibition presents innovative urban research methods and showcases cross-disciplinary work on cities worldwide.

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Urban Pamphleteer Series 2

Series of publications confronting key contemporary urban questions from diverse perspectives. Drawing on the history of radical pamphleteering to stimulate debate and instigate change, the booklets are printed affordably, distributed for free, and available online as PDF. The series is published by the UCL Urban Laboratory and edited by Ben Campkin and Rebecca Ross.

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Urban Pamphleteer Series 1

Series of publications confronting key contemporary urban questions from diverse perspectives. Drawing on the history of radical pamphleteering to stimulate debate and instigate change, the booklets are printed affordably, distributed for free, and available online as PDF. The series is published by the UCL Urban Laboratory and edited by Ben Campkin and Rebecca Ross.

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John McAslan + Partners

Brochure celebrating the international work of JMP and printed in coincidence with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade. The booklet presents a selection of the international work produced by the architecture firm. Images of projects follow as a continuum, running from page to page as a sequence and juxtaposing interiors and exteriors, completed projects and work in progress.

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Kos Recipes

Set of 4 recipe posters and paper bags for the Ghananian shop in Walthamstow, London. The different horizontal and vertical rule patterns and circles are produced using as stamps the plastic lids of cooking sauces and the bases of little glass jars.

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Zima

Poster and postcards for Cristina Picchi’s experimental documentary Zima (Winter). The film was described as the portrait of “a journey through North Russia and Siberia, through the feelings and thoughts of the people who have to cope with one of the world’s harshest climates; a reality where the boundary between life and death is so thin that is sometimes almost nonexistent, where civilisation constantly both fights and embraces nature and its timeless rules and rites…

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Five Indians

Set of silk-screened cards for Sodabudi and hand-printed by AMM Screens in Chennai, India.

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All Sorts of Things — k.c.milian

2xLP discography by the post-punk band based in Genoa (Italy) and active between 2000 and 2005. The cover reproduces in shorthand the list of facts and anecdotes compiled by Giulio, Giovanni and Guglielmo (it was december ’09) thinking back about the experience of making music together.

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Peckham Space

Leaflet unfolding into a poster for Barby Asante’s exhibition at Peckham Space. The South London Black Music Archive transformed Peckham Space into a growing archive of ephemera, messages and music records open for contribution to the public. The poster was over-printed on the template used for previous exhibition posters with the intention of hijacking Peckham Space visual identity.

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Archive Live V&A

Set of posters printed live from the temporary office that was set up in the atrium of the V&A Museum as part of the Friday Late night series at the V&A. The project aimed to investigate the way people behave and interact within the museum environment. A team of volunteers moved around 9 selected museum pieces over-hearing people conversations when walking in proximity to the piece; the real time feed was then taken to the atrium where the poster was typeset, printed and hung on a custom made archive display.

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Entrepreneurship in Technology Ventures

Poster for a lecture series at the ETH Zurich, engineering, science, technology, mathematics and management University in Switzerland.