Marble

Leaving the Marble Pool. Photo by Nick Ballon

Marble

A pool of marble, in Marble Kingdom. Photo by Ludovic des Cognets

Micronations

Micronations Revolution. Photo by Yohanna Akladious

Wooden_horse

Wooden medieval horses fight details. Photo by Ludovic des Cognets

Escape_20000

Escape from 20,000 leagues under the sea by Andrew Friend. Photo by Yohanna Akladious

Marshmallow

Mashmallows sculpture workshop. Photo by Yohanna Akladious

Scuba_diving

Scuba diving classes. Photo by Yohanna Akladious.jpg

Mrsmith_office

Mr Smith’s Office. Photo by Noe Inigo

Winner

Micronations Revolution. Photo by Yohanna Akladious

Work / Miscellaneous

Micronations Revolution

Micronations Revolution is the moniker of an incredibly ambitious event directed, curated and written by the excellent Nelly Ben Hayoun. Last month’s two-day event included a series of interactive, participative experiences and experiments questioning the use of Design with imaginary politics. Don’t let the complex concept put you off, especially when a wit and drive like Nelly’s is involved. We’ve got a lovely visual summary here and in Nelly’s own words, “Participants experienced imaginary societies while communicating with a yeti on the top of an ice cube.” My favourite piece has to be this, the beautiful Marble Kingdom.