URBAN RECLAIMERS
       
     
 Urban Reclaimers are an underrepresented group of People who gain access to public buildings, which have been left to disrepair, and repurposing their use back into the local community.  The aim was to create a way of unifying these groups that are situated all over the country, and internationally.  This project was a collaboration between  Erin Browell ,  Matthew Oxley  and Rafayel Sdanewitsch. It was chosen to be entered into the D&AD competition.
       
     
 Using typography from the affected buildings, specific phrases were created to humanise the buildings, as well as single words to represent specific locations. The UR was used as an abbreviation for 'You Are', which described the buildings personality and characteristics.   
       
     
 The members can also promote the community and awareness in their own individual cities. 
       
     
UR.gif
       
     
 A flag to mark the reclaimed territory.
       
     
 A simple web page is used to inform about the Urban Reclaimers community and how to get involved.
       
     
 The Urban Reclaimers starter pack contains everything one needs to be more involved!
       
     
URBAN RECLAIMERS
       
     
URBAN RECLAIMERS
 Urban Reclaimers are an underrepresented group of People who gain access to public buildings, which have been left to disrepair, and repurposing their use back into the local community.  The aim was to create a way of unifying these groups that are situated all over the country, and internationally.  This project was a collaboration between  Erin Browell ,  Matthew Oxley  and Rafayel Sdanewitsch. It was chosen to be entered into the D&AD competition.
       
     

Urban Reclaimers are an underrepresented group of People who gain access to public buildings, which have been left to disrepair, and repurposing their use back into the local community.

The aim was to create a way of unifying these groups that are situated all over the country, and internationally.

This project was a collaboration between Erin Browell, Matthew Oxley and Rafayel Sdanewitsch. It was chosen to be entered into the D&AD competition.

 Using typography from the affected buildings, specific phrases were created to humanise the buildings, as well as single words to represent specific locations. The UR was used as an abbreviation for 'You Are', which described the buildings personality and characteristics.   
       
     

Using typography from the affected buildings, specific phrases were created to humanise the buildings, as well as single words to represent specific locations. The UR was used as an abbreviation for 'You Are', which described the buildings personality and characteristics.

 

 The members can also promote the community and awareness in their own individual cities. 
       
     

The members can also promote the community and awareness in their own individual cities. 

UR.gif
       
     
 A flag to mark the reclaimed territory.
       
     

A flag to mark the reclaimed territory.

 A simple web page is used to inform about the Urban Reclaimers community and how to get involved.
       
     

A simple web page is used to inform about the Urban Reclaimers community and how to get involved.

 The Urban Reclaimers starter pack contains everything one needs to be more involved!
       
     

The Urban Reclaimers starter pack contains everything one needs to be more involved!