activist publishing initiative that uses utilitarian book design and
guerilla marketing, primed for circulation.
Reading the words ‘tamper-evident’ on a shampoo bottle made me think about how tampering
was a good way to describe nonviolent activism: ordinary people creating
positive change through little actions.
198 Methods of Nonviolent Action
2 x 3.5 in. Staple-bound flipbook. Edition of 50.
The first publication from
Tamper publishing, this book contains 198 pocket-sized things that you can do
to make a positive change by way of nonviolent activism. Adapted from the
Einstein Institute’s list of the same name which you can find here.
The Meditative Art of Picking Locks
3.5 x 6 in. Pamphlet-sewn booklet. Edition of 25.
second publication from Tamper Publishing repurposes copy found in a
lock-picking instruction manual called ‘Zen and the Art of Lockpicking’ and
applies it to mindfulness.