From The Dixon Baxi website:
"Join the Dots is a celebration of the spirit of collaboration."
"A simple idea. A consistent frame for a multitude of work. A single dot, each representing one collaborator, each a connection to another. Each collaborator is given a template of a dot in a fixed position on an A2 portrait poster. Each interpreted this in their own way."
My interpretation of the template borrows significant influence from modern design in science fiction, as well as tying in strongly with the Mayan calendar, and the ominous connotations that come with it.