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  1. AN.ONYMOUS
  2. anya & jeff Stevens 01 / 02
  3. ariella kaniel
  4. berfin ataman
  5. camille ora-nicole
  6. davis richardson
  7. ebrahim poustinchi
  8. gabriela zappi
  9. JFAK architects
  10. mike nesbit
  11. MUTUO
  12. omar khaireddin 01 / 02
  13. r. nelson parrish & ryan lovelace
  14. tim d. reynolds 01/ 02


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  1. a+d design award poster
  2. designing worlds poster
  3. the future of _space poster


rotation 4


01.2020
  1. aj atelier
  2. anther kiley
  3. berfin ataman
  4. brian giniewski
  5. btween spaces
  6. camille ora-nicole
  7. charlie kendall
  8. christina + phoebe
  9. datalands
  10. huntz liu
  11. janis ahn
  12. julie moon
  13. katherine guimapang
  14. m. jena meeks
  15. mansi shah
  16. maría m.l. larrahona
  17. seth r. defore
  18. vickie vainionpaa
  19. yun ki cheung


rotation 3


06.2019
  1. belly sesame
  2. christine bjerke
  3. dan murphy
  4. david mcleod
  5. eunbi cho
  6. gideon schwartzman
  7. julian glander
  8. kaley flowers
  9. nancy ai
  10. nate hume
  11. reese greenlee
  12. rose wong
  13. saba salekfard
  14. shin shin
  15. sinziana velicescu
  16. superset
  17. tony gonzalez


rotation 2



02.2019

  1. caitlin thissin
  2. claudia wainer
  3. connor gravelle
  4. dionicio ichillumpa
  5. emily mohr
  6. evan farley
  7. harrison steinbuch
  8. heyshop
  9. iheartblob
  10. joel kerner
  11. john shahid
  12. jordan squires
  13. michael zimmerman
  14. mircea eni
  15. reimaging
  16. sara ekua todd
  17. synthesis
  18. tamas arpadi
  19. yuki takeshima


rotation 1


12.2018

  1. abigail coover
  2. adrian kay wong
  3. andrea anchez
  4. andreina pepe
  5. an.onymous
  6. ben warwas
  7. bryan cantley
  8. christine robillard
  9. clark thenhaus
  10. common accounts
  11. dutra brown
  12. doorwi
  13. ebrahim poustinchi
  14. eli keller
  15. galo canizares
  16. george stoyanov
  17. hans koesters
  18. jack stewart castner
  19. jeff halstead
  20. jonathan rieke
  21. luciano menghini 
  22. mark ericson
  23. matthew allen
  24. medium office
  25. mike nesbit
  26. nicholas mcmillan
  27. nick kinney
  28. not neutral
  29. office kovacs
  30. outpost office
  31. preliminary research office
  32. rachael mccall
  33. steven andrew kocher
  34. vincent pocsik
  35. walaid s. + kayleen k.
  36. weather projects
  37. zachary tate porter
  38. zeitguised




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The Different Scales of Solidarity



“The Different Scales of Solidarity” project is an alternative way of protest during the national lockdowns in various cities. It emerged in response to the right to protest during quarantine and to concerns regarding the transmission of the COVID-19 virus. As the pandemic catalyzed corruption in different institutions and widened the gap between the poor and the privileged, protests all around the world became inevitable. This drawing project highlights the fact that every citizen has the “right to reclaim the city as a co-created space” and the right to demand equality despite the pandemic. Following David Harvey’s claim of “the ideal of human rights taking a collective turn, as when the rights of workers, women, gays and minorities came to fore”, each drawing in the series, emphasizes how the pandemic exacerbated the corrupted institutions in different governments and how citizens take action in solidarity.



Black Lives Matter Protests / New York City / 06. 01. 2020

“Black Lives Matter'' protests in Times Square, New York City united people of all colors and backgrounds; and called for race equality, criminal justice reform and police defunding. It started in June 2020 after the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who was killed by white police officers.

materials

matte cardstock

size

16 x 20 inches


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Poster ︎ $40

Bogazici Student Protests / Istanbul / 01.04. 2021

Since January 2021, Boğaziçi University students have been protesting in their campus in Istanbul, because the presidential decree undemocratically appointed a trustee as the chancellor. Despite the police violence, arrests and imprisonments, students and academics still keep on protesting for the freedom of the academy and LGBTQ rights. #asagibakmayacagiz #wewontlookdown

materials

matte cardstock

size

16 x 20 inches


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Poster ︎ $40

Reclaim These Streets Protests / London / 03.15.2021

On 15th of March 2021, hundreds occupied Westminster Bridge in London for the safety of the streets, violence against women and a better criminal justice system. The protests emerged the day after a young woman, Sarah Everard was murdered at night while she was going back home alone.
#textmewhenyougethome #reclaimthesestreets


materials

matte cardstock

size

16 x 20 inches


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Poster ︎ $40


Women’s March in Kadıköy / Istanbul / 03. 20. 2021

As Turkey’s presidential decree withdrew the Council of Europe’s Istanbul Convention, people of different gender and ethnicity gathered in Kadıköy, Istanbul to protest for women equality against femicide and domestic violence which have dramatically increased during the lockdowns. #Istanbulconventionsaveslives #istanbulsözleşmesiyaşatır

materials

matte cardstock

size

16 x 20 inches


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Poster ︎ $40


StopAsianHate Rally / Los Angeles / 03.27. 2021

StopAsianHate Rally on 27th of March 2021, gathered hundreds of people in Koreatown, Los Angeles to protest racism and hate crimes against people of Asian descent in the U.S during the pandemic. #stopasianhate

materials

matte cardstock

size

16 x 20 inches


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Poster ︎ $40



Front & Back of BLM Postcard

Set of 5 Postcards

This set includes the BLM protests, Bogazici Student protests, Reclaim These Streets protests, Women’s March in Kadıköy, and StopAsianHate Rally

materials

matte cardstock

size

5 x 7 inches


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︎ $20



artist info


Ece Yetim (b. Istanbul, Turkey) is an architectural designer and illustrator who lives in Boston. She works at Höweler + Yoon Architecture, and her experience ranges from furniture design to urban scale projects in different parts of the world. She uses architectural drawing as a political medium and she is interested in the relationship between the behavioral patterns and the potentials of public spaces. She holds a Masters in Architecture from Princeton University SoA, a Bachelors of Architecture from Istanbul Technical University. Her master thesis project was awarded for The Norman D. Kurtz '58 Fund for Innovation in Engineering Education. She was the co-curator of Too Fast Too Slow Architecture Exhibition in 40 Wooster St, SoHo, NYC. She is also a member of Women in Design and Architecture in Princeton SoA.


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