Kingston School of Art
In a world filled with news, it is easy to feel like we don’t have a platform to speak about issues we care about. Frustration can often lead to outbursts, giving protest a bad name.
Protest Press channels positive activism through workshops, engaging with local communities including schools, colleges, community centres and museums.
Through the physicality of paper, Protest Press empowers people to seek positive change within their communities.
Typographic posters inspire people to speak up, expressing their opinions productively, and allowing them to connect and collaborate with a network of protesters.