As designers committed to decolonizing our practices, we feel that it is important for us to help amplify Black voices that have historically been underrepresented within our discipline. We are using this site as a public platform in support of Black Lives Matter within our communities and beyond. We ask that you take some time alongside looking at our work, to explore these collected resources.


Dear white & non-Black POC designers
Where are the Black designers?
Decolonial Teaching in Action


Anti-Racist Resource Guide: Become a better ally
A Radical Library (incl. books, texts, podcasts, & articles)
How to talk to people who disagree
How to support Black artists

Bibliography (In Dialogue With Texts) β€” This 64-page hand-sewn book attempts to express the relationship between a reader and their deep engagement with texts.
Issue No. 1 (The Library of Babel) β€” A 12-foot long poster inspired by Jorge Louis Borges' short story of the same name in which the author describes an infinite library the size of the entire universe. For more information see: librarylibrary.org/IssueNo1.html
Issue No. 2 (The Books I Haven't Read Yet) β€” A series of bookmarks shop dropped in the Toronto Public Library, each marking a book on my reading list and pointing to another volume in the library. For more information see: librarylibrary.org/IssueNo2.html
Issue No. 3 (Are.na Fictions) β€” A series of risographed pocketbooks containing visual narratives inspired by the works of Lydia Davis, and co-created during a 1-hour workshop surrounding the content organization platform, Are.na. For more information see: librarylibrary.org/IssueNo3.html
Issue No. 4 (The Art & Manner of Arranging One's Everything) β€” A compendium of taxonomic systems that can be re-arranged according to the reader's preference. For more information see: librarylibrary.org/IssueNo4.html