In but not of is a publication that explores the Direct Provision system in Ireland. Direct Provision is the accommodation provided by the Irish state, to those seeking asylum while they wait for their application to be processed. This system was first established in the 1990’s as a temporary measure when Ireland suddenly receive a large influx of people seeking asylum. Yet years on from its beginnings, nothing has changed. The system is subject to wide criticism. The publication was awarded membership by the International Society of Typographic Designers.