“Indésirables” is a way of being, a style of thinking, rather than a way of dressing. Through our leaders we carry around the right / duty to think for ourselves and to evaluate with our own taste. Because feeling free to express one’s ideas is priceless, even at the cost of making a mistake.
We are inspired by the student revolution that broke out in May 1968 in Paris, which amplifies and widens the first anti-Vietnam movements born in Barkley, California. We rework the posters designed by the Atelier Populaire (Popular Workshop) artists, as it was renamed the School of Fine Arts in Paris during the hottest period.
Slogans and posters that have covered the walls of the French capital and which still retain today an actuality that does not leave indifferent. Even the expressive style, which the passage of time has not scratched but rather cloaked with new suggestions, still arouses, and (perhaps) today, profound reflections.