The booklet "For the Future we present: thought, action, conduct" consists on a small manifest publication, which not only introduces the technique of Risograph Printing, but also invites the reader to analyse his own actions, in a direct and provocative way. With the subtitle "The New Season starts now, hopefully everywhere", this is a publication entirely composed from excerpts of several other books. A parade of works, authors and reflections occupies the narrative in the form of small individual posters, which coexist together in what aims to be achieve a Manifesto that ends with the statement: "The Project of Total Life".
Topics such as indifference, the importance of acting in favor of our ideals, self-exploration and self-knowledge, the importance of observation and leisure time, or even honest outpouring about cynicism and arrogance, cover this section, making it a flashy and colourful parade of thoughts that I consider relevant.
Phrases and expressions taken not only from books, but also from lectures, exhibitions or interviews now take the form of a poster, with the aim of drawing attention to the younger and more novice public, inviting them to think about subjects that are really worthwhile and , hopefully, challenge them to find solutions.
Mateus Brandão"Para Poder Voltar"
Raoul Vaneigen"The Revolution of Everyday Life"
J. Krishnamurti"Carta às Escolas"
Enzo Mari"Nothing is more Radical than facts"
Que Força é essa"Cartazes Artesanais do Arquivo Ephemera"
Bruno Munari"Design e Comunicação Visual"
Ivan Illinch"Descholling Society"
For the Future we present: Thought, Action, Conduct
The Project of a Total Life