Last month, when it was looking like we were in peak craziness of the coronavirus lockdown, we got asking the question; what version of life would you like to rejoin?
Since then, a whole lot more has changed and we’ve seen the desire for a better civilisation been put into action. With everything that’s happening around us, it’s clear that people desperately want a better, more balanced life, for everyone. We’re firm believers that creativity can be used as a tool for processing thought, and channelling it into ammunition for change.
There are positive moments to come.
As you’ll experience below, people of different backgrounds and disciplines rolled up their sleeves and got creative in quarantine. We were taken back by the number of entries we received, from local bands expressing their music with multimedia to highly respected artists and designers using their craft reflectively.
If you got involved, BABMAG & KRUCIBLE thank you – keep acting on your imaginations of you-topia.
Adam Wynn (@ripitup_startagain)
Lucky Pablo (@_lucky_pablo)
‘Our post-corona utopia is one in which we don’t lose the few positives which have come from this period of lockdown: where we continue to hold a heightened sense of community; where we might take things at a slower pace than before the pandemic; and where the creative energy we’ve seen during this time continues to grow.’
‘The thought behind my piece is that during this lockdown time and days have become merged and fluid with plans changing constantly through powers outside of our control, so moving forward from this we should know that the moment is the only thing we have a hold on and we should live fully within it as the next is not promised.’
Sarah Crotty (@sarah_crotty_)
Teejai James (@official90six)
‘The story behind my submission is how the world is able to control the virus in unison. I have created virus cells in bubbles to show how the world is no longer infected. I thought it would be cool to play around with a computer’s interface and add a custom “anti-virus” installer.’