Those people feel that the American system is a lot fairer to the victims.
RS: I guess there’s a couple of ways to approach that.
RS: ADPSR held a design competition for a poster that would explain to our audience of architectural designers and planners why not to work on future prisons and jails.
This image is a kind of typical graphic design outline-person, but constrained in a small box made by the outline of the postcard.
The result is an interview I’ve entitled "The Unmaking of Prisons: What would happen if architects 'just said no' to incarceration facilities?
" It sounds a little like the Iraq war protests: passionate, a possible "danger" to national security, and seemingly futile.
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A postcard by a Czech designer sparks a conversation with Raphael Sperry.