[The poster uses] design skills to assemble legible, economically accessible, and legally useful guides to the urban environment.
The Toolkit translates abstract concepts and language into straightforward activities and physical objects that will hopefully engage folks who otherwise wouldn’t participate.
Aside from the awesomeness of the graphics, what leaps out at you is the story of the graphics.
“That was one of the toughest interviews I’ve had in a long time,” the pastor tells the group after the hour-long interview.
Advocates handed out The Predatory Equity Survival Guide as part of a crucial tenant association meeting in East Harlem where new plans to combat predatory equity were announced.
An awesome pamphlet for street vendors meant to demystify the city’s jargon-filled regulations.
In order to put this information directly in the hands of people who need it the most, CUP organized a citywide distribution event where volunteers handed out free copies to vendors across the city.
The guide looks something like an Ikea manual, with hot dog stands and handbag tables replacing Aspvik cabinets and Ektorp sofas.
Fillmore Real Estates’ Vice President told the students of his visions for the nearby Spring Creek Houses neighborhood.