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Pratt Students Design 'Playful Protest' Items For Undocumented Immigrants

Oya Tekbulut's "ICE Lick"<br>


Oya Tekbulut also designed a doorknob that visualizes forced entry—the doorknob would break under force<br>


Oya Tekbulut also designed a doorknob that visualizes forced entry—the doorknob would break under force<br>



Shaya al Arfaj imagined distributing information fences as well as through water bottles placed in a fence<br>


Shaya al Arfaj imagined distributing information fences as well as through water bottles placed in a fence<br>


Shaya al Arfaj imagined distributing information fences as well as through water bottles placed in a fence<br>



Shaya al Arfaj also designed a "Person Pillow," which could keep items from loved ones close by and give people comfort (the pillow is doublefolded so another pillow can be added)<br>


Shaya al Arfaj's pillow includes space for loved ones' belongings<br>


Alejandro Moyano's disposable camera would livestream interactions with ICE on Facebook<br/>


Alejandro Moyano's disposable camera would livestream interactions with ICE on Facebook<br/>


Alejandro Moyano's disposable camera would livestream interactions with ICE on Facebook<br/>


Alejandro Moyano designed a "Rosary Bead" necklace where people tie knots for every day loved ones are gone and reflect on their absence<br>



Alejandro Moyano designed a "Rosary Bead" necklace where people tie knots for every day loved ones are gone and reflect on their absence<br>


Garrett Benisch's "Ice Planter," which features melting ice to irrigate non-native plants<br>


Garrett Benisch's "Ice Planter," which features melting ice to irrigate non-native plants<br>


Garrett Benisch's "Ice Planter," which features melting ice to irrigate non-native plants<br>


Garrett Benisch's "Fast Food Table Cloth" which would allow diners to identify themselves<br>


Garrett Benisch's "Fast Food Table Cloth" which would allow diners to identify themselves<br>