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Utopia holds a different meaning for different people. For some, it may be politically based, while for others, it may be a picturesque scene of endless water flows glittering against a sunny backdrop with nature all around. Through my search for my own sanctuary, I discovered that my utopia would be an anarchist society comprising communities that thrive on mutual aid, much like the utopia envisioned by the anarcho-communist thinker Peter Kropotkin. Mutual aid is a recurring theme in the modern world, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Kropotkin dreamt of a decentralised communist society without the shackles of a central government. He believed that we should aim for a self-sufficient society free from capitalism and a decentralised economic system.


After discovering my ideal utopia, I was tasked with creating a visual representation of the five main rights that citizens would have in my utopia. These include the right to self-expression with equal opportunities for all genders, races, and sexualities; the right to access mutual aid with the values for helping others; a community built on the value of peace with the right to protest and stand up for individual beliefs; freedom of movement with values that respect differing environments; and the right to choose one's work and craft. I created posters to remind the citizens of their rights, along with stickers that they can use to get directly involved in exercising their rights.

The use of simple imagery, accessible fonts, and glyphs makes it easy for those living in these decentralised communities to adjust their rights based on what works best for them. These rights can also adapt to different climates and conflicts as they arise.