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Mario Ortega

Mario Ortega is a graphic designer, pop activist and co-founder of the Enmedio Collective. In his work he investigates the transformative power of images and stories, experimenting with forms of political expression that draw from the languages of design and publicity. He has helped develop some of the most popular communication campaigns of the last few years in Spain, such as "No vas a tener casa en la puta vida" y "Sí se puede, pero no quieren" (the graphic design campaign for the protests by the Platform for Mortgage Victims), both in relation to the problem of housing.

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Case Study: World Record for the Number of People Shouting “No Vas a Tener Casa En La Puta Vida”

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May 20, 2014

On October 6, 2007, thousands of people gathered in front of city halls in various Spanish cities to break the world record for the number of people simultaneously shouting “No vas a tener casa en la puta vida!” (You’re never going to have a home in your fucking life!). How   …Continue Reading