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I created this design for Territorio y Libertad, a new portfolio project with Justseeds and Escuela de Cultura Popular Martires del 68 in Mexico City. The word territorio brought to mind the crows in my neighborhood in San Francisco, working as a collective to protect their territory from the incursions of a red-tailed hawk. Our collective relation to territory also brought to mind other phrases: the Mexican legal concept of propiedad social ("social property" as the counter to "private" property), land and the commons, assemblies and autonomy, and collective self-defense (autodefensa).

Gratitude for Nail Houses

Gratitude for Nail Houses

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We think sometimes that cities are defined by their castles and towers, their highways and skyscrapers. But they are also defined by their exceptions: their nail houses and holdouts, scavenged…

They Want our Home

They Want our Home

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They want our home. Our home. For themselves. They think they have a right to our home simply because they have more money. We are fighting it. The buyers knew…