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12 ideal cities by Mora (club de arte), is inspired by “Twelve Ideal Cities” by Superstudio member Piero Frassinelli, which was originally published in AD magazine in 1971 and then reconfigured as a multimedia slide show in 1972. Described as “mordantly funny, these 12 cities are creepy dystopic fantasies of urban planning gone haywire." For her 12 ideal cities, Mora decided not to present architecture and urban planning, but instead, states of consciousness and spaces to inhabit that alter our perception of ourselves and thus, of the universe; safe environments to rest and be nourished, places to go to when one is in need of a certain energy that these cities are made of. These 12 cities were printed in fabric and reconfigured into wearable clothes that act as a protection layer, as a ritualistic element that encapsulates us, and transfers these energies to us. The 12 piece collection was made by Fran Guerrero Baena of L'NENA, from Barcelona, Spain. On top of that, Manuel Jelen, from Montevideo, Uruguay, made a special mix of sounds that represent these 12 ideal cities, and that take the individual on a journey through all these unique states of being. listen online and download at This project was awarded the Spoonflower Emerging Designer Grant, and all natural and organic fabrics were printed at

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