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A Sense of Place

‘A Sense of Place’ is a graphic art project exploring the idea of place and what it means. It reveals how places can develop strong identities and culture, which are felt deeply by local people and visitors alike. It is also a response to the current political climate, which has seen increasing attempts to close borders, restrict our freedom of movement and regulate our ‘sense of place’.

Modern technology can make our world feel increasingly small – and yet people’s environments, cultures and experiences remain vastly different. Countries experience extreme climates, exhibit different political dynamics and face diverse social issues. Day-to-day experiences and challenges can be wildly different. Cultures are often ingrained and this can often shape people’s outlooks.

In aid of the DEC

CONTRIBUTORS
Athletics NEW YORK,U.S.A
Bunch LONDON,UK
Believe In MONO,CAN
Daily Dialogue MUNICH,GER
Estudio Pum SAO PAULO,BRA
Monumento MONTERREY,MEX
Lundgren+Lindqvist GOTHENBURG,SWE
Studio Round MELBOURNE,AUS
Studio Colorado AMSTERDAM,NDL
Studio Muti CAPE TOWN,ZAF
Typical Organisation for standards and order ATHENS,GRE
Tiago Galo LISBON,PRT

Words
Marina Willer (Pentagram)
Adrian Shaughnessy (Unit Editions)
Debbie Millman (Design Matters)

limited edition /300
hand numbered, Screen printed cover, GF Smith Colorplan covers
12 double sided prints, GF Smith Munken, 12 creative contributors
2 interviews,1 Short essay