Play Everywhere!

Play Everywhere!
June 27, 2012 Calverts_123

Let's thow the dice at London, tickle the city until it rolls over giggling, whilst we swing from its structures and hopscotch over our streets. Let's PLAY. Thus say Article 31.1 collective, which includes Ella Ackroyd, Jayden Ali, Oliver Dawkins, Shelley Jones, Hwei Fan Liang, Mark Oliver and Jon Spencer.

 

Culminating with an Olympicnic at Arnold Circus, Shoreditch on 8 July, Article 31.1 (a play on the UN Declaration on the Rights of the Child) is putting on a programme of events to liberate ludic spaces and draw us towards the questions of how free we really are, and whether we remember how to play. Find out what's going on, where and when, at 31point1.wordpress.com

 

The programme is part of the London Festival of Architecture, promoting and celebrating the human right to rest and leisure, play and partcipation. The group published a 16-page broadsheet poster, which we printed on 115gsm Cyclus Offset (100% post-consumer recycled paper) in black and Pantone fluorescent Green 802U, using Bio vegetable oil based inks.

 

These are a couple of shots we took while Calverts printer Paul Kither was making ready and colour matching on our Heidelberg 74F litho press.

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