Any Graphic Designers Out There? A Call Out for Collaborators

The Simplicity Institute is mobilising for a new ‘culture jamming’ project next year and we’ve started gathering a team of skilled graphic designers (and potentially visual artists more generally) to collaborate. If this sounds like you and you are keen to volunteer some of your time (a few hours or many hours) to creating striking images that challenge consumerism and the growth economy, and advance the visions of voluntary simplicity, permaculture and degrowth, then please leave a message at (I won’t publish any of the messages). I’ll be in touch to discuss. There is an opportunity here to publish some of your work in books, prominent counter-cultural magazines, websites, well as contribute to social change.

If you know others who might be interested, please pass this message on, and contact us at Thanks.

About Samuel Alexander

Samuel Alexander – is a lecturer with the Office for Environmental Programs and research fellow at the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute (MSSI), University of Melbourne. He also co-directs the Simplicity Institute.

Samuel Alexander

Dr Samuel Alexander is a lecturer and researcher at the University of Melbourne, Australia, teaching a course called ‘Consumerism and the Growth Economy: Critical Interdisciplinary Perspectives’ as part of the Master of Environment.


    1. Hi folks, please leave a comment on the Simplicity Collective post (link above) so I can communicate with interested people via email.


  1. I’m very interested in sustainable “cradle to cradle” Design.
    I live in Haïti right now working on Agro écology.
    Don’t hesitate to contact me, and be aware that internet connexions are scarse and power interuption don’t help.
    Cordially chris

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