Middle Class Revolution - Paris May '68

A series of fictional exhibition posters imagining if the stars of the classic British comedy movies known as the 'Carry On films' had been international avant garde artists in their spare time.

Inspired by revolutionary posters from the May 1968 protests in Paris, these prints highlight more quotidian contemporary middle class concerns. "WHAT DO WE WANT? A carved darkwood iPad charger with integrated Bluetooth speaker. WHEN DO WE WANT IT? Next-day delivery, if ordered in the next 3 hours and 24 minutes." So, bring a little revolutionary chic into your home with these prints, and then... just put your feet up. It's all good.
The prints are available in our spin-off shop, Non-Standard Designs.
Be Reasonable - Demand The Impossible, 420 x 297mm. Available soon.
It's Always Beef, 420 x 297mm. Available here
French Songs, 420 x 297mm. Available here
Exercise = Bourgeois, 420 x 297mm. Available here
Thinking Is The Music Of My Brain, 420 x 297. Available here
Things Are Where You Left Them, 420 x 297mm. Available here
Hell Is Dad In The Kitchen, 420 x 297mm. Available here
Why? Oh, I See Now, 420 x 297mm. Available here
Revolutionary Sandwich!, 420 x 297mm. Available here
I Remember With Great Joy The Events Of The Summer, 420 x 297mm. Available soon.
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