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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Free-Range Workers


This self-initiated project by London based designer Edward Heal caught our eye. The piece is in response to office working conditions in and around the London area.

In his words:

Chiswick Business Park offers its workers much greater working conditions compared to that of workers in the City of London. The response was based on the similarities between these working conditions and how free-range chickens are treated in comparison to battery chickens. Workers from Chiswick Business Park became free-range humans whilst workers in the City became battery humans.

His website is worth checking out, we specifically enjoyed the piece “The Art of Football” developed for Nike.

via Dirtymouse:

posted by Oberholtzer Creative Staff at 8:26 am  

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