The Dada movement of the 1920s is one of the most influential art movements of the last century. Over the years, several manifestos have been published setting out Dada’s ideas of artistic anarchy. I wanted to question what a manifesto could be and, using Dada’s ideas of anti-art, create a humorous and slightly non sensical piece of “editorial design” framed around a poignant excerpt from Tristian Tzara’s 1918 Dada manifesto.
Ben Wood            
Dada Manifesto 
An exploration in editorial design.


Once all pretentious comments have been flushed away, the true message of the manifesto is revealed: “Dada doesn’t mean anything” an excert from the original manifesto by Tristan Tzara.