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Comments for Occupy Design UK http://occupydesign.org.uk Sun, 16 Aug 2015 10:52:40 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8 Comment on >>Time To Act by Arts Activism and the Paris Climate Summit | Rebekah's Reviews http://occupydesign.org.uk/timetoact/#comment-65738 Sun, 16 Aug 2015 10:52:40 +0000 http://occupydesign.org.uk/?page_id=827#comment-65738 […] Occupy Design has commissioned a series of poster designs and memes called Time to Act to challenge attitudes ahead of the conference (see gallery below). They will be used to bolster the campaign on the streets of Paris in December and on the walls of social media throughout the year. Even Ben and Jerry’s has created a new ice cream flavour (‘Save Our Swirled’) in their own campaign for climate justice ahead of the summit. […]

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Comment on >>Time To Act by Time to act | Dubdog http://occupydesign.org.uk/timetoact/#comment-55749 Wed, 15 Apr 2015 10:18:58 +0000 http://occupydesign.org.uk/?page_id=827#comment-55749 […] pleased to have had work added to the ‘Agit-Prop Army’ of images on Occupy Design’s Time To Act webpage. Submit your posters and memes for the Climate Movement to help their campaign on the […]

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Comment on Time To Act! by Pear Shaped—recycled | Dubdog http://occupydesign.org.uk/time-to-act/#comment-44818 Sat, 17 Jan 2015 20:36:59 +0000 http://occupydesign.org.uk/?p=716#comment-44818 […] Occupy Design UK’s call for Crisis Graphics. […]

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Comment on Time To Act! by Crisis graphics | Dubdog http://occupydesign.org.uk/time-to-act/#comment-43170 Sun, 04 Jan 2015 20:36:22 +0000 http://occupydesign.org.uk/?p=716#comment-43170 […] For more details, check out Occupy Design UK’s website here. […]

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Comment on The Occupier Newspaper by An Ongoing Occupation « Inventory of Everything http://occupydesign.org.uk/the-occupier-newspaper/#comment-1551 Tue, 06 Nov 2012 18:18:23 +0000 http://occupydesign.org.uk/?p=62#comment-1551 […] up at the beginning of this year, Occupy Design and its off-shoots – the Occuprint project and Occupier poster publication – have contributed to the distribution of the organisation’s message and also helped to […]

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Comment on Designer of Occupy London Logo Explains Why He Backed Protesters by An Ongoing Occupation « Inventory of Everything http://occupydesign.org.uk/designer-of-occupy-london-logo-explains-why-he-backed-protesters/#comment-1548 Tue, 06 Nov 2012 18:02:56 +0000 http://occupydesign.org.uk/?p=49#comment-1548 […] visual presence for the movement. This was strengthened further when Occupy London also acquired a logo courtesy of designer Jonathan […]

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Comment on The Occupier by An ongoing occupation | Graphic Design Maidstone http://occupydesign.org.uk/campaigns/the-occupier/#comment-1533 Tue, 06 Nov 2012 09:16:19 +0000 http://occupydesign.org.uk/?page_id=121#comment-1533 […] and distribute Occupy posters to keep the movement visible. We also produced a poster newspaper,The Occupier, using the same work for distribution here (examples shown, […]

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Comment on Typolondon Talk Reviews by An ongoing occupation | Graphic Design Maidstone http://occupydesign.org.uk/typolondon-talk-reviews/#comment-1532 Tue, 06 Nov 2012 09:12:52 +0000 http://occupydesign.org.uk/?p=489#comment-1532 […] ND: We set up Occupy Design to support the Occupy (and other) movements, but also to transform the design world through Occupy as an idea, which, to us, means intervening in the design profession. To this end we have been involved in a number of debates this year in numerous art colleges, during the London Design Festival andTYPO London. […]

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Comment on Designer of Occupy London Logo Explains Why He Backed Protesters by An ongoing occupation | Graphic Design Maidstone http://occupydesign.org.uk/designer-of-occupy-london-logo-explains-why-he-backed-protesters/#comment-1531 Tue, 06 Nov 2012 09:12:37 +0000 http://occupydesign.org.uk/?p=49#comment-1531 […] visual presence for the movement. This was strengthened further when Occupy London also acquired a logo (shown below, centre) courtesy of designer Jonathan […]

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Comment on What Does It Mean To Be A Designer Now? by AnEarthMother http://occupydesign.org.uk/what-does-it-mean-to-be-a-designer-now/#comment-807 Fri, 10 Aug 2012 16:32:18 +0000 http://occupydesign.org.uk/?p=295#comment-807 Well I’ve just completed this survey – way after the closure date I know, but I’ve only just found the listing.

It was very Theraputic to complete – and really nice to know that someone, somewhere, cared.

Us designers & innovators are often ignored – our role misunderstood – and our passionate concerns for humanity + environment totally overlooked by politicians, yet in reality, we hold the keys as, instead of seeing a problem – we see only 100,000,000 different ways to provide solutions!!

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