Anna Marshall

Yes but, No but

Yes but, No but engages viewers in a taboo topic and brings opposing viewpoints into one space. The publication focuses on body hair within Western society- something that most people have an opinion on, yet do not feel comfortable discussing. Design is used as a mediator between opposing views on body hair, creating a space for readers to see both sides of the argument and further develop their own opinion. Through the combination of interactivity, visual metaphors and mediation the conversation on body hair is made more approachable and multi-faceted, taking it out of its usual ‘fringe’ setting and showing how ingrained its symbolism is in everyday society.