Case Study – Zusha! National Road Safety Campaign

The Zusha! National Road Safety Campaign aims to reduce road accidents by encouraging passengers in PSVs (Public Service Vehicles) to speak out directly to their drivers against reckless driving. It has three main components: 1) Distribution of Zusha! safety stickers in PSVs 2) A media campaign delivered through radio, billboards, social media, newspaper advertisements, editorials,... Continue Reading →

Case Study – Sustainable Transport in Brighton (Photo essay by Jonathon Goldberg, sponsored by Southern Rail)

Commissioned by the train company Southern Rail to demonstrate the range of sustainable travel methods in the city of Brighton, this is a vibrant and fun photo essay by Jonathon Goldberg. Highlights include photographs of council workers implementing low emissions zones, children taking part in an incentivised ‘cycle-to-school’ project and the Big Lemon Festival Coach... Continue Reading →

Case Study – THIKA ROAD MAD BOYS_UNTIL DEATH DO US PART_WAZUNGU WAUSI (BLACK WHITE MEN) (a collaborative film by Sam Hopkins, 2015)

With an interest in the growing number of young middle-class people in Nairobi cycling in very dangerous conditions, Sam Hopkins and Florian Stoll created a film with the participation of the subject they were interested in. This meant close collaboration with cyclists in Nairobi, with the filming and direction a shared responsibility. An integral part... Continue Reading →

Case Study- Graffiti Girls, Kenya

Established in 2015, Graffiti Girls is a collective of three women in their twenties who paint murals and matatus in towns and slums such as Korogocho and Kariobangi. They are mentored by prominent Kenyan graffiti artists such as Smoki, Swift, Bantu and Kerosh. In addition to their more light-hearted work, Graffiti Girls also tackle issues... Continue Reading →

Case Study – Matatu Graffiti in Nairobi

The ban on matatu graffiti was lifted in November 2014 by President Uhuru Kenyatta, and has been thriving ever since. It is now a highly profitable industry; artwork just on the body is approximately Ksh. 300,000 ($3,000), whilst graffiti and internal customisation is around Ksh. 1.3million ($13,000). Moreover, there is now an awards ceremony for... Continue Reading →

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