Deliver 1: ‘This deliverence’ expels the decay of different body’s shoes and their meaningful presence connectivity being destroyed by time war symptoms. The body’s already do not belong to their shoes and the shoes are the result of brutality and cruelty. The words 'don’t bang the drum', is connected with different fields exposing the magnificent music of Waterboys (1985) with the classic war zones where the metaphor of drums is usual linked with the beginning of war. The amazing music by Mick Scott and Waterboys is deeply attached with an asymptomatic intense appeal in contradiction to cruelty and war zones destructive image. The yellow metal belongs to an old part of a tractor, as an artefact to something true, ‘if I now you, don’t bang the drum like monkeys do, (…) But not here man - this is sacred ground’. This little gesture is to petite, to much small to what designers can do, regarding this time’s and the ambiguity of being in a ‘special place, under these skies so blue’.
Deliver 2: Just a good music and a good camera, plus an open font typography, organize visual circular blue point as a point with return (as drum). Make congruent connectivity between the blues and the whites in a different plan. The Photography does the rest, while you listen to music. The picture was taken in my garden, and these shoes were discovered while we were planting our potatoes, tomatos and onions. There was a part of the terrrain that was abandone and full of special things. Curiosity, the picture was taken before the war started.
Deliver 3: Designing a poster for peace, infecting a communication non-violent virus, delivering and fix democracy values in time and in depth. A kind of (im)possible mission to design ideology, plus the exact idea to change step-by-sept, a rhythm or conceivable design oriented, as an artefact that expels desires.