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A Manifesto by
Yuri Suzuki

In this very special edition of our Manifesto series, sound artist, designer, electronic musician and Pentagram partner Yuri Suzuki has written 10 rules of creativity which has been designed and brought to life by Team Suzuki: a small and dynamic group of designers whose focus is “on the creation of sound, design and experience.”

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Yuri Suzuki is a sound artist, designer and electronic musician. His practice explores the realms of sound through designed pieces that examine the relationship between people and their environments - questioning how both music and sound evolve to create personal experiences. In 2018 Suzuki was appointed a partner at Pentagram. Working in the London studio, Team Suzuki is a small and dynamic group of designers who focus on the creation of sound, design and experience in a democratic and inclusive way. The creation of this manifesto was therefore created between all members, serving as a method for us to live and work by. Each member used their specific skill set in the creation of the manifesto.

Yuri Suzuki: Concept and overall design.
Gabriel Vergara: Team manager and designer. Overall visual creation and coordination
Maxwell Sterling: Sound designer and team administrator. Sound design elements and editor.
Abraham Egbobawaye: Visual designer and mockup creator.

Manifesto is a series on WePresent which invites activists and creatives with something to say to write 10 rules to live by, in order to help spread their message.

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