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Created in support of working parents for the March of the Mummies organised by Pregnant Then Screwed and in association with Women in Print. This series illustrates the five demands presented to the Government for changes to legislation to improve protection for women against pregnancy and maternity discrimination, and to increase access to justice where such discrimination occurs.

Created in support of working parents for the March of the Mummies organised by Pregnant Then Screwed and in association with Women in Print.

This series illustrates the five demands presented to the Government for changes to legislation to improve protection for women against pregnancy and maternity discrimination, and to increase access to justice where such discrimination occurs.

Plan Bee is a bi-annual social event that brings creative freelancers and small studios based in Manchester together. Dotto contributed a type piece for the associated exhibition based on the theme 'Connections' and inspired by the Arcade Fire appearance at Castlefield Bowll as part of the Manchester International Festival. Print available to buy from Plan Bee

Plan Bee is a bi-annual social event that brings creative freelancers and small studios based in Manchester together. Dotto contributed a type piece for the associated exhibition based on the theme 'Connections' and inspired by the Arcade Fire appearance at Castlefield Bowll as part of the Manchester International Festival.

Print available to buy from Plan Bee

As part of the Design Manchester festival, the Anthony Burgess Foundation is hosting an exhibition of re-imagined classic book covers by a host of designers. Burgess Re-Covered is on display until October 22. designmcr.com. Dotto contributed a re-interpretation of Burgess' 1985. A dystopian vision of the present influenced by the themes in the book. Featured in Creative Review and Design Week

As part of the Design Manchester festival, the Anthony Burgess Foundation is hosting an exhibition of re-imagined classic book covers by a host of designers. Burgess Re-Covered is on display until October 22. designmcr.com. Dotto contributed a re-interpretation of Burgess' 1985. A dystopian vision of the present influenced by the themes in the book.

Featured in Creative Review and Design Week

Created to launch Studio Dotto. Animated by James Huson.

Created to launch Studio Dotto. Animated by James Huson.

Women in Print is an exhibition that celebrates the life and achievements of sixteen iconic female figures who've made a significant contribution to Manchester. Dotto contributed a print of the late and lovely Caroline Aherne as a Fairy Godmother sprinkling spaghetti hoops and hilarity from her magic fork. Print available to buy from womeninprint.uk with all proceeds going to Manchester Women's Aid.

Women in Print is an exhibition that celebrates the life and achievements of sixteen iconic female figures who've made a significant contribution to Manchester. Dotto contributed a print of the late and lovely Caroline Aherne as a Fairy Godmother sprinkling spaghetti hoops and hilarity from her magic fork.

Print available to buy from womeninprint.uk with all proceeds going to Manchester Women's Aid.