Architecture can learn from Crass, the British punk band. Their music can be seen as the auditory component of a churning, recursive Gesamtkunstwerk of propaganda. Punks anywhere could join this revolutionary movement by simply adorning their jackets with Crass heraldry, thus making the movement if not real, then at least less fictional.
If architectural representations are the fiction that enables the construction of the built environment, how can representations (of a place I care about and wish to see thrive) imbue the same provocative, generative, infectious quality to be found in art propaganda / propaganda art? How can a compelling fiction be created that will stimulate feelings of local pride in a place on the other side of the world, through just drawings?