Urban Guerrilla Protest showcases the ways and means of individual, subversive protest actions, documenting the rise of the media-guerrilla during the decade spanning 1995-2005. Berlin-based graphic designer Ake Rudolf has compiled an international collection of successful, poignant actions. The book’s design and English/German layout is an homage to Do It Yourself attitude that many protests champion. Examinations of Reverend Billy, the Yes Men, The Institute for Applied Autonomy, and more than 90 other initiatives illuminate how these messages are heard and incite change.
Hardcover. 134 pages.