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  • langauge matters

    Environment, Communication Design

    Imday_132_

    this posters describes abt 'langauge matter.'

  • Hi, I've been trying to enter the poster competition, but I can't find an e-mail address to send my poster to! Please help!

  • The World in Babushka

    Communication, Communication Design

    Unesco-2

    The main focus behind the idea was to create a symbolic representation of the people who speak many of the native tongues from around the world, To help visualize this i decided to choose the ornate decorative Babushka doll. The collection helps distinguish the main difference we face through physical, cultural or beliefs, but reinforces that we are all from the same mold.

    The bold Typography sits along side with the vibrant color scheme of the Babushka dolls to give an impactful statement which i hope will increase the awareness of the significance of the day.

  • Languages Matter!

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

    Untitled-1_132_

    We will Make our world nicer if we give our languages az gift to each other and have comminucation more and more...

  • Languages Matter!

    Communication, Communication Design

    Lengua_materna_ok_132_

    the concept

    I use the graphic icon that represents "Talk" and I think a fantastic world where we all want to live and evolve, Languages shape the world, graphic icon gives life to my design and concept.

  • Language matters

    Community, Communication Design

    Language_matters_132_

    Language is far away from the barriers of any physical attributes ...its just a means expression more than anything..its what you are ...feel proud to speak in your mother tongue...

  • languages matter

    Education, Industrial Design

    Poster1_132_

    In order to design this poster, it was tried to imply letters' symbol, as the focus of the poster is on languages' importance particularly mother tongue the designer has tried to use her mother tongue, Farsi language. Picturing the lips with letters of the sentences "languages matter" and " the global day of the languages " was done using red colors as a base to apply symbol of love. without love no art would generate also no line would be drawn. In all languages mother is a symbol of love. The red color in the center of the poster is a sign of the life in the eyes of viewer. The way applying the letter L in the beginning of the word Language is considered as another focus on using this mentioned symbol.
    By writing the sentences in French and English the viewer focuses on both languages on the first sight.

  • LANGUAGES MATTER! A UNESCO poster competition

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

    Poster_languages_matter_expand_version_132_

    LANGUAGES are so many in this world but still we can understand them all . My idea was to create a face with out features to emphasize some of our senses, the speech, the hearing, and feeling... and how we can Communicate even if we do not speak the same language and even if we are different. So is not important to speak the same LANGUAGE when we have the good intention to communicate.

    *the face is oil in canvas and i have made digital process in illustrator.

  • Languages Matter!

    Education, Communication Design

    Unescorossello_132_

    Hope you like it! ...and if you do, please vote ;) ...thanx.

  • Languages Matters!

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

    Languagesmatter_unescoposter_jessicali_177_

    Please vote for me! :)

    Because language is inherently abstract, it was a considerable challenge to represent the theme visually. I chose to use a predominately typographic approach because writing and reading are important aspects of language. Names of various languages are written in their native forms and strategically placed together to form a speech bubble. Additional graphic elements (writing utensils, mouths, ears, a telephone, a speaker, etc.) are also used in the puzzle to further represent other facets/applications of language. The large speech bubble originates from a character on the bottom left; she is seemingly in a conversation. The situation suggests a mother speaking – in a mother tongue – to her child about culture and languages while the child listens in awe and admiration. Both characters’ design also resembles lips/a mouth.

    Warm colours are chosen to be approachable and friendly. A bold colour is also used to highlight the theme and title within the speech bubble. The speech bubble itself is also emphasized by a subtle offset print in the background. Although contemporary and bold, the composition and style is reminiscent of old-time woodblock prints. This is suitable since like some languages, wooden typeset printing is also a dying art.

    The design of this poster is unusual because of high level of abstraction. Simple, yet engaging graphics allow viewers to focus on what is being said without the distraction of unnecessary elements. Instead of us...

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