Roadblock is a report charting the vociferous campaigns against environmentally damaging road building. Commissioned by protest group Alarm UK and financed by an environmental prize won by the group, the 28-page report is designed by London consultancy Jugatsu. Formed in October, Jugatsu – Japanese for October – used strong black and white photography, drawn from campaigns such as that at Twyford Down for the report. Creative director Stephen Day describes the result as ‘a sympathetic treatment, illustrating both confrontational “in your face” protesting, and the mass demonstrations and individual achievements of the public’.
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