One of the final, critical design concepts was called Everyday Napkins. Basically, it consisted of emancipatory slogans printed on serviettes and napkins that people could use and seek comfort from in social situations that they experience as suppressive. (Image: Milla Toukkari)

The Everyday Womanhood – A Methodological Journey to an Entwined Process Milla Toukkari

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  • My thesis is a methodological work in which I used a case study to search for possibilities for entwining different processes – in both an artistic and a designerly manner. During the methodological journey, I discovered how artistic practice could be integrated into design practice in a beneficial and enriching way. Also, my thesis was an enquiry into feminist subject matter.

Masters of Aalto made possible by:

Helsingin kaupunki Antalis DMP Elisa Experq Hjelt Foundations Martela RGB Teknos Teurastamo Unigrafia Viinitie

Environmental awareness plays a significant role in the production of Masters of Aalto.
The event utilises the EcoCompass system of the Helsinki Environment Centre.