Hands up don't shoot! Rubber stamp currency crowdsourcing intervention

Joseph De Lappe (Designer)

Research output: Non-textual formArtefact

Abstract

“Hands Up Don’t Shoot!” is a creative response to the ongoing killings of black males by the police. The work is a crowd sourced effort to enlist volunteers to stamp the image of a black male in a position of surrender upon the surface of American currency. This participatory project seeks to intervene upon the very currency of our economic system with an iconic, hand stamped image of protest. Over 1000 of these stamps have been made and shared with project volunteers who have shared images of their stamped currency that can be viewed on the project website.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2015

Fingerprint

currency
economic system
protest
website
police

Cite this

@misc{69af4c852b1548b2b0a3086b2c415d54,
title = "Hands up don't shoot! Rubber stamp currency crowdsourcing intervention",
abstract = "“Hands Up Don’t Shoot!” is a creative response to the ongoing killings of black males by the police. The work is a crowd sourced effort to enlist volunteers to stamp the image of a black male in a position of surrender upon the surface of American currency. This participatory project seeks to intervene upon the very currency of our economic system with an iconic, hand stamped image of protest. Over 1000 of these stamps have been made and shared with project volunteers who have shared images of their stamped currency that can be viewed on the project website.",
author = "{De Lappe}, Joseph",
year = "2015",
month = "1",
day = "1",
language = "English",

}

TY - ADVS

T1 - Hands up don't shoot! Rubber stamp currency crowdsourcing intervention

A2 - De Lappe, Joseph

PY - 2015/1/1

Y1 - 2015/1/1

N2 - “Hands Up Don’t Shoot!” is a creative response to the ongoing killings of black males by the police. The work is a crowd sourced effort to enlist volunteers to stamp the image of a black male in a position of surrender upon the surface of American currency. This participatory project seeks to intervene upon the very currency of our economic system with an iconic, hand stamped image of protest. Over 1000 of these stamps have been made and shared with project volunteers who have shared images of their stamped currency that can be viewed on the project website.

AB - “Hands Up Don’t Shoot!” is a creative response to the ongoing killings of black males by the police. The work is a crowd sourced effort to enlist volunteers to stamp the image of a black male in a position of surrender upon the surface of American currency. This participatory project seeks to intervene upon the very currency of our economic system with an iconic, hand stamped image of protest. Over 1000 of these stamps have been made and shared with project volunteers who have shared images of their stamped currency that can be viewed on the project website.

M3 - Artefact

ER -