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Don't mini print by Richard Littler

Don't mini print by Richard Littler



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4 May - Out of Stock. We will have more prints when the lockdown ends and our printer can safely deliver.

This is a reprint of the legendary poster created by Scarfolk Council. It features Kak the bird who was the mascot for the 'Don't' campaign run by the council. The campign was designed to reduce the amount of 'doing' undertaken by citizens.

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Sheet size: 35 x 28 cm



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As the Scafolk book explains of the Don't campaign, 'Because 'doing' is a morally and politically ambiguous activity the council decided to take control and enforced 'not doing' until they could clarify and ratify only positive, socially acceptable expressions of 'doing'.'

Scarfolk is a fictional northern English town created by writer and designer Richard Littler, who is sometimes identified as the town mayor. First published as a blog of fake historical documents, parodying British public information posters of the 1970s, a collected book was published in 2014.

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