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Collab is a collaboration of design professionals and enthusiasts supporting the modern and contemporary design collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. A volunteer committee founded in 1970, Collab is dedicated to enriching the Museum's Modern and Contemporary Design collection with outstanding examples of mass produced and unique designs, and making the collections accessible to the general

public. Now among the most important in the country, the Museum's design collection houses more than 2,500 objects ranging from furniture to ceramics, glass, wallpaper, lighting and functional objects.

Who’s ready for back-to-school?! While we love soaking up the summer sun just as much as the next person, we are excited...
08/23/2023

Who’s ready for back-to-school?! While we love soaking up the summer sun just as much as the next person, we are excited about all of the great things that happen in the fall, including our yearly Design Excellence Award and Student Design Competition. The inspiration for the 30th annual Collab Student Design Competition and recipient of this year’s Design Excellence Award is the work of American designer Stephen Burks, a recognized industrial designer, who is deeply invested in the transformative power of craft techniques that challenge the limits of new technologies within industrial production. Burks seeks a new design language of manufactured objects that show evidence of the hand while honoring craftspeople and maker cultures from around the world. For this year’s competition, college or university students are asked to create a vessel (container used to hold things) for the physical world that addresses the design concepts in the work of Stephen Burks, especially blending contemporary design with craft. To read more about application requirements and enter the competition tap the link below:

https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=11932

Do you ever wonder how Collab is able to explore the ever-evolving world of design from the past, present, and future at...
12/29/2022

Do you ever wonder how Collab is able to explore the ever-evolving world of design from the past, present, and future at the Philadelphia Museum of Art? It’s a team effort! We are thankful for the PMA staff, especially Assistant Curators in the Department of European Decorative Arts and Sculpture, Colin Fanning, and Alisa Chiles. Tap the link below to meet the curators and take a peek behind the curtain at the future of the collection.

https://www.collabjournal.org/journal/meet-the-curators

Meet the curators: a peek behind the current at the future of the collection.

There's nothing better than getting together in person to celebrate design with good friends! Check out our latest reels...
12/07/2022

There's nothing better than getting together in person to celebrate design with good friends! Check out our latest reels for more views from our yearly in-person board meeting and holiday celebration.

JOURNAL HIGHLIGHTS | It’s time! We are proud to announce the latest updates to the Collab Journal, continuing our long h...
11/29/2022

JOURNAL HIGHLIGHTS | It’s time! We are proud to announce the latest updates to the Collab Journal, continuing our long history of sharing design stories and exploring the ever-evolving world of design from the past, present, and future. In our latest updates, you’ll find design news, stories written by Collab board members, PMA curators, and a look at who and what Collab is at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Tap the link below to explore our world and learn more about the great design we celebrated this past year.

https://www.collabjournal.org/

Many thanks to DRIFT, the Philadelphia Museum of Art staff, and to everyone who joined us Saturday evening to celebrate ...
11/22/2022

Many thanks to DRIFT, the Philadelphia Museum of Art staff, and to everyone who joined us Saturday evening to celebrate the 2022 Design Excellence Award honorees, Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta, co-founders of DRIFT.

The celebration featured remarks from Collab Chair Nicole Carville, the museum’s new Director and CEO Sasha Suda, Assistant Curator of European Decorative Arts Colin Fanning, and a presentation from Lonneke. At the end of the evening, an exhibition viewing and cocktail reception gave us the opportunity to socialize and celebrate in style 🥂. Tap the link below to view photos from an evening to remember and don’t forget to tag us in your photos to be featured in our story!

📸: BFA

https://bfa.com/events/37430

  of some of the works in the upcoming exhibition Rhythms of Nature: The Art & Design of DRIFT at the Philadelphia Museu...
11/09/2022

of some of the works in the upcoming exhibition Rhythms of Nature: The Art & Design of DRIFT at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The exhibition features the site-specific installation of Fragile Future, one of the studio’s most influential works alongside drawings, models, prototypes, and other documents of the studio’s experiments, research, and engineering that brings their speculative imaginings to life. Tap the link below to learn more and to purchase your ticket for this year’s Design Excellence Award honoring DRIFT.

Images courtesy of DRIFT

https://philamuseum.org/calendar/event/collab-design-excellence-award-drift?d=2022-11-19&s=17:30

Can't wait for the opening of Rhythms of Nature: The Art & Design of DRIFT at the Philadelphia Museum of Art? Take a sne...
11/09/2022

Can't wait for the opening of Rhythms of Nature: The Art & Design of DRIFT at the Philadelphia Museum of Art? Take a sneak peek at the YouTube video featuring the exhibition's centerpiece site-specific installation of Fragile Future, one of the studio’s most influential works.

https://youtu.be/Jg8YH32s2Mo

Fragile Future by DRIFT is represented by Carpenters Workshop Gallery Film by Xinix Films Music by Patrick Watson, Chris Zabriskie With Fragile Future III,...

Join us at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Saturday, November 19, 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. to honor celebrated designers Lon...
11/02/2022

Join us at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Saturday, November 19, 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. to honor celebrated designers Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta, co-founders of DRIFT, with the Collab Design Excellence Award 2022 (DEA). DRIFT is an Amsterdam-based multidisciplinary studio that bridges the categories of art, design, and technology. Tap the link below to learn more and to purchase tickets for this event you won’t want to miss!

Join us in honoring celebrated designers Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta, co-founders of DRIFT, with the Collab Design Excellence Award.

Did you know that Philadelphia, PA is the "Mural Capital of the World?" October is Mural Arts Month, and this year, Coll...
10/24/2022

Did you know that Philadelphia, PA is the "Mural Capital of the World?" October is Mural Arts Month, and this year, Collab Board Member, Lindsay J. Bedford is celebrating by launching her latest project "Afromation Avenue" in collaboration with School District of Philadelphia teachers Brittni Jennings and Kristin Kelly, Mural Arts Philadelphia, and friends of Collab, Streets Dept, and Marian Bailey. You can join Lindsay and friends Wednesday, October 26 at 11:30 AM to walk Afromation Avenue beginning at 52nd and Chestnut Streets. Tap the link below for more information:

https://streetsdept.com/2022/10/19/15-afromation-street-signs-coming-to-west-philly-youre-invited-to-the-project-launch/

A new project by Brittni Jennings and Kristin Kelly with fellow artists Lindsay Bedford and Marian Bailey will see the installation of 15 “Afromation” street signs around West Philadelp…

Are you ready for the DesignPhiladelphia festival?   is a signature event of the Center / Architecture + Design that pro...
10/03/2022

Are you ready for the DesignPhiladelphia festival? is a signature event of the Center / Architecture + Design that promotes the value of design and provides educational programs, exhibitions, and a public forum to explore architecture, design, and urban planning. This year's event kicks off on October 12th with a number of events including a variety of -related events. Make sure you sign up to learn about the ABCs of social justice and equity for the architecture and interior design industry. This talk, hosted by Collab board member, Royce Epstein will propose a new manifesto for design practice so that we may challenge the status quo and create equitable and inclusive spaces for all.

https://www.designphiladelphia.org/z-manifesto-equitable-inclusive-and-humane-design-built-environment

DEA UPDATE | Want to learn how this temporary, site-specific installation in the Kongens Nytorv square in Copenhagen, De...
09/06/2022

DEA UPDATE | Want to learn how this temporary, site-specific installation in the Kongens Nytorv square in Copenhagen, Denmark influenced the design of the necklace created by Collab 2006 DEA honoree Georg Jensen and Danish architecture studio, BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group? Click on the link below to learn more:

📸: Dezeen

https://www.dezeen.com/2022/09/02/big-necklace-queen-denmark-georg-jensen/

Recently, the world learned of Saudi Arabia's visions for NEOM or "The Line," a linear megacity in the desert powered by...
08/18/2022

Recently, the world learned of Saudi Arabia's visions for NEOM or "The Line," a linear megacity in the desert powered by 100% clean energy, and boasting features such as autonomous, high-speed transit, and artificial intelligence. The views on this futuristic build are mixed, but one thing that cannot be denied is this kind of design thinking is not new. In fact, Collab's 1995 DEA award-winner, Michael Graves, along with Peter Eisenman proposed a linear New Jersey in 1965. Learn more from the Hidden Architecture article below:

http://hiddenarchitecture.net/linear-city/

📸: Dezeen + Hidden Architecture

DEA UPDATE | Zaha Hadid Design, founded by Collab 2011 Design Excellence Award honoree, Zaha Hadid has selected 10 highl...
08/08/2022

DEA UPDATE | Zaha Hadid Design, founded by Collab 2011 Design Excellence Award honoree, Zaha Hadid has selected 10 highlights from the Everything Flows exhibition on display at the Roca London Gallery. The exhibition presents a variety of objects created by Zaha Hadid Design (ZHD) over the last 15 years and ranges from objects from ZHD's own collection to those made in collaboration with brands including Lacoste, Bulgari, and Japanese furniture manufacturer Karimoku. Check out our story to see the other highlighted design objects.
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Philippe Starck, 1997 Design Excellence award recipient with Ian Schrager drew on the mid-century modern style found in ...
07/22/2022

Philippe Starck, 1997 Design Excellence award recipient with Ian Schrager drew on the mid-century modern style found in Charles and Ray Eames' home in Los Angeles' Pacific Palisades neighborhood as a modernist reference in his renovation of Villa W, a boutique wellness hotel on the coast of Saint-Tropez. Created as a little sister to the existing Starck-designed Lily of the Valley hotel, which is located nearby, Villa W is a fitness and wellness hotel located in an existing villa that was renovated by Starck. Learn more about this gorgeous project in the article below.

French architect and designer Philippe Starck used warm tones and modernist references in his renovation of Villa W, a boutique wellness hotel on the coast of Saint-Tropez.

COLLECTING DESIGN | Stop by the Lisa Roberts and David Seltzer Collab Gallery 219 to view Cultivating Design: Recent Acq...
07/05/2022

COLLECTING DESIGN | Stop by the Lisa Roberts and David Seltzer Collab Gallery 219 to view Cultivating Design: Recent Acquisitions, curated by Colin Fanning and Alisa Chiles, Assistant Curators of European Decorative Arts. This gallery highlights recent additions to the museum’s collection of modern and contemporary design and seeks to reflect our efforts to address the underrepresentation of works by women designers, Black designers, and Latinx designers in our collection.

On view are a handful of objects purchased with Collab funds or gifted by fellow board members. Take a sneak peek of a few objects on display, and during your next trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, stop by to check out the collection reinstallation before it closes on October 16th.

📸: "Sappho" Plate, Designed by Judy Chicago, Made 2018
“Radio Nurse”, Designed by Isamu Noguchi, 1937
“Washington Skeleton” Side Chair, Designed by David Adjaye (Adjaye Associates), 2013

https://www.collabjournal.org/journal/recent-acquisitions-from-collab-2021

Last week, Collab members, Techné members, and special guests were invited to toast the summer season and to celebrate i...
06/20/2022

Last week, Collab members, Techné members, and special guests were invited to toast the summer season and to celebrate international craft and design with designer, Jomo Furniture (Jomo Tariku). Tariku is an Ethiopian American artist and industrial designer known for defining a new design language of modern African-themed furniture. Check out the photos below for a look at our evening learning about Tariku’s creative practice and an exciting new acquisition soon coming to the Philadelphia Museum of Art!

Board member Royce Epstein ran into Collab’s 2015 Design Excellence Award recipient Bruce Mau at NeoCon, the annual trad...
06/15/2022

Board member Royce Epstein ran into Collab’s 2015 Design Excellence Award recipient Bruce Mau at NeoCon, the annual trade show and conference for interior design. Mau was the keynote speaker today and was signing books for his many design fans. What a treat! Thank you

Collab board members Rosemarie Fabien and Lindsay J. Bedford celebrating at the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philad...
06/09/2022

Collab board members Rosemarie Fabien and Lindsay J. Bedford celebrating at the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia 2022 Preservation Achievement Awards.

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Yesterday marked the closing of Circus: Bouroullec Designs, an exhibition made possible by The Lisa S. Roberts and David...
05/31/2022

Yesterday marked the closing of Circus: Bouroullec Designs, an exhibition made possible by The Lisa S. Roberts and David W. Seltzer Endowment Fund in Support of the Collab Design Excellence Award Exhibition. Additional support provided by Collab and in-kind support provided by Mutina and Vitra.

For this year’s Student Design Competition inspired by the work of Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, students were tasked with designing a piece of furniture or an installation through the repetition of a single element. We were thrilled not only with the student work but to see students continuing to engage by attending our Design Excellence Awards and lecture. Take a look at the photos below to see a few Product Design and their instructors at the event with Ronan Bouroullec.

05/24/2022

We are proud to announce that Francis Kéré is part of the 2022 list, in the "innovators" category.

Sir David Adjaye writes: "[Francis Kéré] is a trailblazer for his long-­standing commitment to ­formalizing space for both social and environmental good, and in this sense his legacy lives not just in his built work but also in his general practice and methodological spirit. This is manifest not only in Kéré’s completed buildings [...] but in the integrity of his process, which is ­predicated on knowledge ­building and knowledge sharing as he works with local communities to inform his creations. His recognition is fully and rightfully deserved." Thank you David for those beautiful words.

Everyone at the studio is proud and beyond happy for Francis and this recognition as one of the most influential people of 2022!

TIME
See the full list at the link in our bio.
Picture credit: Astrid Eckert

COLLECTING DESIGN | The ninth poster we will highlight from the “First 100 Days” poster series is "Environmental Justice...
05/18/2022

COLLECTING DESIGN | The ninth poster we will highlight from the “First 100 Days” poster series is "Environmental Justice" by .vr, an illustrator and Art Director , born in Puerto Rico, raised in Venezuela, and currently based in Philadelphia. Velázquez-Rivas designed her poster in response to the Trump administration’s continuous rollback of climate policy, which oftentimes, hits Black and brown communities the hardest. “Climate change is a racial justice problem—if you’re a person of color you’re more likely to live in locations terrorized by toxic facilities, flooding, climate-related disease, and other issues…It’s so important to expand the conversation around climate justice — ensuring that all people, regardless of race and ethnicity, get equal protection from the worst effects of climate change.”

This poster, along with twelve others is a gift from Streets Dept's Conrad Benner and Mural Arts Philadelphia through Collab. Learn more about the “First 100 Days” series as well as our other recent acquisitions in the article below.

COLLECTING DESIGN | The ninth poster we will highlight from the “First 100 Days” poster series is "Environmental Justice...
05/18/2022

COLLECTING DESIGN | The ninth poster we will highlight from the “First 100 Days” poster series is "Environmental Justice" by Marisa Velázquez-Rivas, an illustrator and Art Director at Fender born in Puerto Rico, raised in Venezuela, and currently based in Philadelphia. Velázquez-Rivas designed her poster in response to the Trump administration’s continuous rollback of climate policy, which oftentimes, hits Black and brown communities the hardest. “Climate change is a racial justice problem—if you’re a person of color you’re more likely to live in locations terrorized by toxic facilities, flooding, climate-related disease, and other issues…It’s so important to expand the conversation around climate justice — ensuring that all people, regardless of race and ethnicity, get equal protection from the worst effects of climate change.”

This poster, along with twelve others is a gift from Streets Dept's Conrad Benner and Mural Arts Philadelphia through Collab. Learn more about the “First 100 Days” series as well as our other recent acquisitions in the article below.

https://www.collabjournal.org/journal/recent-acquisitions-from-collab-2021

Congratulations to Collab board member, Lisa S. Roberts for her participation in James Oliver Gallery’s new show, “Traje...
04/25/2022

Congratulations to Collab board member, Lisa S. Roberts for her participation in James Oliver Gallery’s new show, “Trajectories” featuring Matthew Borgen. Board members visited both Saturday evening for the opening night, and Sunday afternoon to celebrate the unveiling of the two artists’ most recent bodies of work as well as to celebrate the release of Lisa’s latest book, What Is Good Design?: A Simple Question without a Simple Answer. In this book, Lisa shares examples of good design—something we often recognize but can’t express in words. With a graphically delightful and easy to understand appraoch, the book defines the seven characteristics of good design for creatives of all ages to enjoy.

Didn’t get a chance to tune in for The Philadelphia Show conversation discussing, “What Is Design”? Click on the link be...
04/19/2022

Didn’t get a chance to tune in for The Philadelphia Show conversation discussing, “What Is Design”? Click on the link below to check out the Zoom recording where Philadelphia Museum of Art assistant curators Alisa Chiles and Colin Fanning discuss how the institution deals with the complexities of a seemingly simple question: “what is design?” Highlighting examples from the museum’s collection and past exhibitions, they explore what it means to collect and display Modern and contemporary design in an art-museum context.

https://philamuseum-org.zoom.us/rec/play/JIPj8Xgd0D9FGnOOCKwSzZIBB9EHFEn8eFmw8BbPf7gN3FN1ud_cmkFQnUm9EtA1-aGwhfuo4fw4hxEz.F5eg2TNsOPB0oqp6?continueMode=true&_x_zm_rtaid=VsaHYb8BSHe3SJnAv0CrWg.1650380458297.64009b54986f17274fa9ff34b5834825&_x_zm_rhtaid=157

COLLECTING DESIGN | The eighth poster we will highlight from the “First 100 Days” poster series is "Closing Immigrant Ca...
04/07/2022

COLLECTING DESIGN | The eighth poster we will highlight from the “First 100 Days” poster series is "Closing Immigrant Camps" by Krista Dedrick-Lai, a painter and mixed media artist living and working in Philadelphia. Dedrick-Lai designed her poster in response to the Trump administration’s practice of family separation and the detention of immigrants (many of whom are children) in prison camps. “As a mother, I cannot find words for the horror I feel about what has been done to imprisoned immigrant children and families. I have no words for the rage I feel at how little has been done by our government to right its wrongs or even to stop them. Families belong together. Humans, especially children, do not belong in detention. Our country owes an immense debt for the harm done.”

This poster, along with twelve others is a gift of Streets Dept's Conrad Benner and Mural Arts Philadelphia through Collab. Learn more about the “First 100 Days” series as well as our other recent acquisitions in the article below.

https://www.collabjournal.org/journal/recent-acquisitions-from-collab-2021

For more than two decades, the atelier of the Paris-based Studio Bouroullec has played an integral role in defining the ...
04/01/2022

For more than two decades, the atelier of the Paris-based Studio Bouroullec has played an integral role in defining the culture of product design. Learn more about our 2021 Design Excellence Award winners Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec in the Interior Design Magazine article below:

https://interiordesign.net/designwire/a-retrospective-of-ronan-and-erwan-bouroullecs-career-opens-in-philadelphia/

The Philadelphia Museum of Art hosts a retrospective of Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec’s dazzling career, just one of many recent triumphs for the French siblings.

Join us Friday, May 6, 6:00 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. to celebrate designers and brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec with the 202...
03/28/2022

Join us Friday, May 6, 6:00 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. to celebrate designers and brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec with the 2021 Design Excellence Award. The Bouroullecs are leading figures in contemporary industrial design, renowned for their innovation. Their work is currently on view in the exhibition Circus: Bouroullec Designs, featuring nearly forty designs from the past decade.

This celebration with the design community will feature remarks from Leslie Anne Miller, Philippe Étienne, Jack Hinton, and Ronan Bouroullec. An exhibition viewing and ticketed cocktail reception immediately follow the program. For more information, or to register for the event + cocktail reception in the Philadelphia Museum of Art South Vaulted Walkway, click on the link below:

https://www.philamuseum.org/calendar/event/collab-design-excellence-award-ronan-erwan-bouroullec

Principal Sponsor: Phillips

Additional support provided by Minima, Eberlein Design Consultants Ltd., Eileen Tognini Design, and RAGO WRIGHT (Rago Auction).

Celebrate designers and brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec with the Collab Design Excellence Award.

Congratulations to the Young Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Philadelphia Museum of Art for a fabulous eve...
03/27/2022

Congratulations to the Young Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Philadelphia Museum of Art for a fabulous evening! Art-Ish was a night of partying and good vibes featuring snacks, an open bar stocked with local Philly creations, demonstrations from local makers, and live performances in the Forum. Check out the photos below for a look at Collab board member Lindsay J. Bedford’s fancy-ish evening 🥂🎶🖼🥳

COLLECTING DESIGN | The seventh poster we will highlight from the “First 100 Days” poster series is "$2,000 Stimulus Che...
03/22/2022

COLLECTING DESIGN | The seventh poster we will highlight from the “First 100 Days” poster series is "$2,000 Stimulus Checks" by Kah Yangni, an illustrator and muralist living in the city of Philadelphia who makes heartfelt art about justice, queerness, and joy. Yangni designed their poster asking the President and Vice President to create a bill for $2000 survival checks through the COVID emergency. “We live in one of the wealthiest countries on the planet. There is no reason for people here to be suffering in the middle of this crisis. We need Biden and Harris to step in and give us the resources we need to survive.”

This poster, along with twelve others is a gift of Streets Dept's Conrad Benner and Mural Arts Philadelphia through Collab. Learn more about the “First 100 Days” series as well as our other recent acquisitions in the article below.

https://www.collabjournal.org/journal/recent-acquisitions-from-collab-2021

03/17/2022

Learn more about Francis Kéré’s inspiration for the exhibition and his views on the power of community.

Earlier this week, it was announced that Burkina Faso native Diébédo Francis Kéré was named the recipient of the 2022 Pr...
03/17/2022

Earlier this week, it was announced that Burkina Faso native Diébédo Francis Kéré was named the recipient of the 2022 Pritzker Architecture Prize—the first laureate of African descent in the program’s history. In 2016, the Collab Gallery hosted the exhibition The Architecture of Francis Kéré: Building for Community, which included the commission of the site-specific installation Colorscape in the Perelman Skylit Atrium. Inspired by Philadelphia’s rich tradition of textiles and woven crafts, the material used to create the installation was a locally sourced lightweight cord made of interwoven strands. The colorful cord became both massive in volume and a unifying element that enclosed the visitors. In the spirit of communal building practices in Western Africa, the detailing of the installation was designed so that it could be built by individuals without construction experience. As a result, the installation was a team effort physically assembled by employees of Kéré Architecture, local fabricators, Philadelphia Museum of Art staff, Collab members, and volunteers at public programs.

Take a look at some of the views of the exhibition from PMA Museum Photographer, Tim Tiebout 📸 below.

Collab Design Excellence Award Honorees continue to make headlines! 2017 DEA honoree, Patricia Urquiola was recently fea...
03/15/2022

Collab Design Excellence Award Honorees continue to make headlines! 2017 DEA honoree, Patricia Urquiola was recently featured in Dezeen for her renovation of the historic Haworth Hotel at Hope College, transforming the hotel into a design showcase while enhancing the guest experience. The hotel is housed within a multi-level brick building in downtown Holland, within the campus of the private school Hope College. While Urquiola has created several products for Haworth including a sofa and pouf, this project, is her first hotel project in the US.

European brands intermingle with furniture from US company Haworth in a Michigan hotel that has been reimagined by Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola.

COLLECTING DESIGN | The sixth poster we will highlight from the “First 100 Days” poster series is "Reallocating Police B...
03/11/2022

COLLECTING DESIGN | The sixth poster we will highlight from the “First 100 Days” poster series is "Reallocating Police Budgets" by Jonai Gibson-Selix. Gibson-Selix is a visual designer and photographer based in Philadelphia. Gibson-Selix designed her poster after the October 2020 fatal shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. by Philadelphia police in front of his mother amidst a mental health crisis. According to Gibson-Selix, “What this family needed for this young, Black man was accessible mental health services, but the overinvestment in the police has left minimal funding for such services. Walter’s death is not an isolated event. We must note that police abuse of power and excessive force occurs throughout the country, spanning over a century, so there is no amount of money that can be invested in police reform that will fix this broken system. Fund public services, divest from police.”

This poster, along with twelve others is a gift of Streets Dept's Conrad Benner and Mural Arts Philadelphia through Collab. Learn more about the “First 100 Days” series as well as our other recent acquisitions in the article below.

https://www.collabjournal.org/.../recent-acquisitions...

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It's gatherings like the Collab event during DesignPhiladelphia, where we reflect and recognize, that to make change we do it with support from all around. We appreciate all our partners, the design community of individuals and studios, and the advocates that keep design strong in Philadelphia.
Very excited for our event with Collab!