Since 2016, the Tierra y Libertad Magonista Committee has tried to reintroduce the anarcommunist flag in Tijuana with public interventions that range from historical tours to flying kites over the border, feeding homeless people and distributing blankets at night. The flag has taken us to CDMX and London.
In 2011, Taller (e) Media carried out a series of science fiction-themed interventions at the San Ysidro checkpoint, the most crossed border in the world. From swap meets and newspapers of the future to processions for Saint Ste-La, more than 200 students participated, both creatively and with their bodies.
The creative group of Editorial Pellejo / Molleja dedicated itself to pasting, from 2001 to 2005, more than 9,000 posters and to distributing more than 15,000 stickers with a simple message: You don't exist. Starting from different designs that tried to make identity politics slip, the project culminated with an intervention at UNAM.
In 2010, Taller (e) Media designed 24 posters made by philosophers and documentary photographers trying, through graphics, to think of Tijuana from different points of view. Several of these posters were printed as large-format banners that were hung at strategic points in the UABC-Tijuana.