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Limited Edition Poster: Working for a Google-Free City

£15.00

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This is a limited edition screen print of the cover artwork from the pamphlet "Our Digital Rights to the City" (2017) by Irene Beltrame. Sixty-six copies were printed in Manchester by Alex Sylt of Crooked Cartoon, at Hope Mill in Ancoats.

The slogan is taken from the essay 'Digital information and the right to the city' by Joe Shaw and Mark Graham, inspired by Manchester's 1980s declaration of "Working for a Nuclear Free City."

Size: A2 (approx 594mm x 420mm)
Paper: China White Colorplan
Limited edition: fifty copies, numbered.

PLEASE NOTE: Books and posters are posted as separate packages. Each poster is shipped in postal tube (frame not included!). New poster orders will be shipped from 07/12/20. This may not be enough time for a Christmas arrival in some more distant regions/countries (e.g. Australasia). Also, as these are real silkscreen prints they may not appear 'perfect' like a digital print, and could therefore contain small defects from the printmaking process.