Taboo images, attempts to stop football fans swearing, abortion, video games, music and comedy are all on the agenda at the Free Speech Wars conference. In the spirit of the event, seven designers were given an open brief to create a postcard on the concept of free speech. The cards are the work of Hoop Associates, David Carson, Caffeine Design (below), Ideology, Simon Esterson (above), Janice Kirkpatrick, Design By Matter and Alex Cameron. The conference runs from 27 February to 1 March at the ICA in London.
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