National Health Service London linocut with Seeds on Washi A prolonged print intervention, SEED project examined together with patients, economic systems and the possibility of a universal basic income. Speakers were also invited to talk about economic systems, ranging from shadow banking, citizens’ salary, and the history of money. Gardening, food growing and print as activism can be a driving agent of change because food sits in-between ecology and community. Using food and money as the central theme places the revolution in the everyday. We printed Seed Money with nontoxic homemade spice inks, seeds and planted the prints. A few months later, we ate the ‘money ‘ which had turned into courgettes and pumpkins. We also made a fanzine, called Rootshock to be distributed in local libraries and hospitals.