As an individualist, one must recognise that the collective does not exist in reality. Individuals are independent objects that have discrete existence. The collective is the concept applied to an amalgamation of individuals. It is not an object in its own right, it does not exist independently, nor does it exhibit a will of its own or have its own personality. Concepts do not exist in reality, only the physical objects to which such concepts are applied. Therefore, when one says that the collective does not exist, they are logically and empirically correct in doing so.
As an atheist, one must accept that gods cannot logically exist in reality. Atheists who claim to value empiricism and logic do not make the claim that gods lack existence, rather that they are incapable of existing as per the laws of nature. Atheism is a lack of belief in non–existent entities. If one defines a god in such a way that they are exempt from the laws of nature, they have created a contradiction. As contradictions do not exist in reality, but merely in the minds of those who do not think clearly, then gods cannot exist.
As a voluntaryist, one must accept the non–aggression principle, and by extension, the immorality of aggressively violent orderless social organisation. By this it is meant that a government or state is an immoral institution and should be abolished, to be replaced by voluntary peaceful social organisation in whatever form that might take. It would be preferable if this took the form of a market–orientated society, which would inherently make it possible for other economic arrangements to coincide peacefully.
If one accepts the previous positions then it follows that they must accept that the killing of animals is not in accordance with the non–aggression principle. Being a voluntaryist means that consensually providing material support to individuals or groups that perform acts of aggression. If one accepts the previous positions then it follows that they must accept that the killing of animals is not in accordance with the non–aggression principle. Being a voluntaryist means that consensually providing material support to individuals or groups that perform acts of aggression
Holding such positions culminates in a strong interest in self–expression. It is not enough merely to have consistent principles grounded in reality, they should be shared so as to spread rational thought as far as possible. Such self–expression can be accomplished through the creative use of words, whether those words be on politics, philosophy, economics, or a combination thereof. These words can be one’s own or the words of others. It is ultimately through this communication of ideas that it becomes possible to bring change to the world.
Effective communication inevitably necessitates the use of graphic design. When it comes to ideas that the majority have not encountered, it is important to foster a positive experience. Solid design accomplishes this goal. Making use of a ubiquitous typeface that has a proven trackrecord of engendering assurance, combined with a limited colour palette, the strategic use of graphics, whilst employing a consistently minimalist style, all results in a massive collection of work consisting of hundreds of posters, each of which either stand alone or form a part of a series.
The liberating design of a sovereign individual