Disobedient Objects
Posted by Sebastian on Sep 15, 2014
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'I wish my boyfriend was as dirty as your policies,' placard by Coral Stoakes 2011

Objects from activist social movements brought together in the exhibition 'Disobedient Objects' at London's Victoria & Albert museum.

The exhibition demonstrates how political activism drives a wealth of design ingenuity and collective creativity that defy standard definitions of art and design.

The inflatable cobblestone, by the Eclectic Electric Collective

The Graffiti Writer, by the Institute of Applied Autonomy

Women's Social and Political Union-branded bone china

DIY gas mask, Turkey

Shields painted as book covers, Rome

The division of wealth in USA printed on a dollar bill

Occupy Liz, defaced currency for the Occupy movement

Regime Change Begins at Home playing cards

Traditional trade union banner, Manchester 2013

Anti-Apartheid badge, 1980's

Disobedient Objects opened on July 26 and runs until February 1st 2015.

Related: Ultra Violent Design + Design Violence

Disobedient Objects

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