Emilia Bermejo Ford
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The Sound of a Movement
The Sound of A Movement explores the role of the reproduction and dissemination linked to a manifesto as a physical activity of production, rather than a passive experience of consumption. The act of rubbing engages you as a participant in a community of people and values, while reinforcing the ideas of commitment, hard work and togetherness that define the manifesto.
Bullsh*t job? SOS!
Short video highlighting the phenomena of office based and managerial type jobs that are, as David Graeber puts it, bullshit. More and more people find themselves trapped in these oppressive roles, searching for a way out.
Give the Tool a Break!
Screenprinted, speculative design
Give the Tool a Break is a spoof advert for an in-office beach towel. Made a profit? Congratulations, time to relax! But why take that expensive, carbon producing holiday when you can beach from your desktop? With new an improved L.E.D sun!
The Office Chair
555 page book about work. Supported by a text from Malleable Bodies it looks at how our office ergonomics facilitate the repetitive and monotonous working culture of the office job that has become so popular. The book includes 255 photocopies for 255 working days, each day deteriorating in pixels and in dignity.
Bricks and Mortar
Visual identity, copywriting and promotional material for Bricks and Mortar, an exhibition that confronted the housing crisis in the UK. Project in collaboration with Ella Staines (curation) and Marta Celio (co-visual identity). Copy writing by me.