A Practice for Everyday Life

A Practice for Everyday Life

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Protect Freedom

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was drafted with the fundamental aim to set a standard for freedom—freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom from fear and freedom from want. We believe that it exists to protect freedom itself, and see protection and freedom as simultaneous partners and opposites. 

In our poster we’re exploring the balance and tension between these words and their meanings using the letters to draw a border around the poster’s edges. By doing so, we wanted to reflect our personal plea to protect our freedom of movement across Europe and to allow freedom to be read from any viewpoint. - A Practice for Everyday Life

Giclée print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag by Print Space 

Shipping Information:

All orders will be printed on demand. Orders will be printed and shipped direct from Print Space London. They’ll be shipped 24 hours after the order is placed. No orders will be shipped later than 18th December.

For any questions about your order please contact studio@ripostemagazine.com with your order reference.  

Prints will be on sale between 10-16th December only. All profits from sales will be donated direct to Amnesty International UK.