Having no money, no budget or no computer is no barrier to communication. When German-born artist Kurt Schwitters was imprisoned in Douglas Camp on the Isle of Man during the Second World War he turned his room into a studio. Here – to the amazement of his guards – he created sculptures from porridge and made prints using stolen pieces of lino tile. Ideas created with even very little money can be hugely impactful.
Hornsey 1968,A linocut poster from the famous 1968 sit-in at Hornsey College of Art in London designed by Martin Walker – its hard, carved crudity makes it compelling.
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