EATING IN PUBLIC - creating systems of anarchist practices to unfix identities and borders since 2003

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Eating in Public Pushes its Envelop

To combat a common perception that we are nice people doing nice things, Eating in Public pushes the envelop of nicety by taking over bins made by other people/organizations.

Plan of Action:
1- Tag over possessive logos
2- If bin is formerly locked, unlock it
3- Open invitation for everyone/anyone to provide 'pickup service'


Eating in Public Receives $5,000 grant from Hawaii People's Fund to make more bins!!

New Signage in Progress. With a new design and this time also with oil-based ink, smaller for less wind-resistance, and two-sided.
Many thanks for the help of Arm and Roller Press for the printing and Alex Dorcean for the cutting.

Sakamaki Hall at UH Manoa