Exploring how capitalism might be designed out rather than waiting for its collapse
Design Against Capitalism is a space to explore how design can be used as a tool to dismantle capitalism. This is intended to be a collaborative site and will include thoughts, writings and projects from a wide range of other designers and creatives. To read more about why this space exists, read this post.
It’s been collated by Imanina, a designer and graduate from the MDes Design Innovation & Citizenship course at Glasgow School of Art and the BA (Hons) Product Design course at Nottingham Trent University.
I’ve been interested in doing some real reading and research into themes of class in relation to design for a while now but, for whatever reason, not been able to fully commit to the idea. Today, however, I was able to sit down and write down a loose plan for what I want to doContinue reading “Class and Design”
I’ve been sitting on this idea for a website for weeks, maybe months now, but finally it’s live. I was stuck trying to find the right words, the right content, the right reasons for why I should bother when really, it’s simple. I just want to work on something, anything, that contributes to a fightContinue reading “Why design against capitalism?”