Public Positions is a platform integrating design and social responsibility. Its ongoing iterations, called Series A, B, C, and so forth, each explore a topic of social and political relevance, whether environmental justice or the experiences of young refugees.
Series A: One Love, One Goal is a workshop-based format inspired by football matches, where football takes on the role of common interest and icebreaker. Twenty-four children and teenagers aged nine to sixteen who recently fled their home countries participated in two workshops to create their own football jerseys, bringing their unique identities to the designs. The jerseys were exhibited and available for purchase in Kreuzberg Pavillon, Berlin. All sales proceeds went to Champions Without Borders e. V., a non-profit football club based in Berlin, Germany.
In addition to the actual Series A project, the corporate identity of Public Positions was designed with a lot of love. This allowed us to promote the results of the Series with a strong identity and place them in a contemporary artistic and cultural context.
Get a glimpse of the creative journey that led to these unique football shirts, each reflecting the children's personal story:
Thanks to Elias Hanzer (workshop), Nora Hollstein (workshop), Maximilian Sprengholz (workshop), Eric Dannebaum (screen printing session), and Jan Kapitän (photography), who greatly supported the project and helped pass on the basics of design to the kids.