Care where no-one does

A grassroots style guide to progressive cultural production, anticipating neoliberal to national conservative times.


In (re)print

Urging a grassroots style based on activist engagement, entrepreneurship, design and more, this book offers opposing perspectives on independent, progressive cultural production out of small initiative, sustainable and growing. It pushes a truly liberal-minded exchange, moving from neoliberal capitalism into the era of national conservatism.

Something in-between a bunch of columns, a pamphlet and a bundle of essay’s, formal frameworks and cultures of an independent, truthful undercurrent to move upwards are considered.
The rhetorical facade of technocratic capitalism, as built by politics, marketing, the invisible hand of the electorate and more, will be criticized and put into perspective along its goal: the needs of progressive cultural production.

The book offers no evidence but shares experiences and perspectives with analytical support, which equally brings a rhetorical style to be distrusted. It could speak to anyone interested in mobilizing energy to change the hegemony and may equally speak to people interested in civil society and democracy. The book hopes to spark a different economy to production: one based on trust and engagement wherever possible!


  • Typesoftcover
  • Dimensions125 x 197 mm / 4.92 x 7.75 inch (portrait)
  • Pages116
  • ISBN978-90-834041-5-8
  • LanguageEnglish
  • Release date20240729
  • BindingSwiss bound
  • PaperOlin Design Regular white, cover 300 gms, inside 90 gms
  • ColorBlack
  • PrinterPrinton, Tallin (Est.)
  • FontTonka by Celine Hurka, Lao MN and AdornoNoveau by Salvador Rodriguez Diego Aravena