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The Luxury of Protest
A_B_ Peace & Terror
Croatian-born, London-dwelling designer Peter Crnokrak established The Luxury of Protest studio in 2008. He says he's particularly interested in the intersection of visual communication and data. This project depicts the degree to which each member state of the UN contributes to peace (shown on a poster's "A-side") or terror (displayed on its "B-side").