THE THEORY &
GEORGE ORWELL'S 1984
To the rebel, the ones that go against the grain. Take this book and rip out the pages. Yes, the pages, rip them out. Your book has taken a new form, this is where you take action. Use the posters on the other side of the pages to send a message. Put them up on walls, bulletins, bridges, benches, everywhere. Spark a conversation.
Inspired by George Orwell's 1984 and the book inside, "The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism," these twenty-page books use the original texts.
These pocket-sized books double as posters meant to be plastered around urban areas as a satirical response to government propaganda.
Advertisements become a symbol of solidarity against government control of daily lives. Readers are meant to take the pages of their books and plaster them in prominent areas, as seen on statues of political figures above.