Fauxgressive Quarterly №. 2

In the latest issue of FQ: we profile the people who believe you should Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anything (BANANA). These radicals are keeping the neighborhood funky and driving the housing prices way up. Gentrification takes many forms. Restrictive zoning can force a neighborhood to remain physically the same, but it won’t hold prices… (read more)

Check Your Homeowner Privilege

You’ll be a hit with longtime residents at your next public hearing with these business cards (2 x 3½). Available in two formats (standard & extra special), they are a subtle reminder for homeowners speaking at public meetings against renters, density, windows– what have you– in ways that only acknowledge the lived experiences of homeowners…. (read more)

The Future of the Parks (cont’d)

Using our housing time machine, we stopped in to check on our national parks after decades of sprawl-friendly “apartments aren’t green” policies enacted by the Department of Neighborhood Interiors. The DNI is a politically powerful, non-governmental body of landowners who will do anything to avoid sharing their walkable neighborhoods with more neighbors…. (read more)

Poster from the Dept. of Neighborhood Interiors

This postcard recalls famous vintage National Parks posters. The Department of Neighborhood Interiors is tasked with protecting the character of our neighborhood interiors. They promote single family sprawl to places where new construction couldn’t possibly shadow anyone’s backyard — our national parks. We often hear that apartments aren’t green. The Department of Neighborhood Interiors is here to… (read more)