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  • Languages Matters!

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design


    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...


    Education, Audio/Visual Design



    ... from a point an infinite set of fabric multiple ensembles that draw a single positive and progressive alternative. All "multiple" is essential for the cohesion of the whole expression.

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  • Language Matter

    Communication, Communication Design


    In this visual, I have tried to show people of different geographical area in the form of puppets. I wanted to show that when we are born, our parents make sure that we should speak mother tongue.

    Once we start going to school, teachers make sure that we should learn other common language for effective communication. Then once we grow up, society makes sure that we should have control in our tongue. Being living or visiting different places, we make sure that we acquire other languages.

    Somehow everyone is connected with each other whether they don't have knowledge of other languages. We try to communicate through non-verbal languages. This is a system for communication. It helps in building friendships, culture, ties and economic relationships.

    Language is vehicle for expressing thoughts, perceptions, sentiments and values of a community. People from different countries can also help in breaking all kinds of barriers across culture, religion, area, etc.

    This visual can be used as a stamp.

    On Feb 21, which is International Mother Language Day, we can promote importance of languages in school, universities and society, etc by organizing puppet show.

  • Languages add color to the world

    Communication, Communication Design


    There are 7,000 spoken languages in the world. This wide variety of languages helps to create the world's rich tapestry of cultural diversity.

    In this poster, speech is shown in many colors which represent many different languages, all of which are unified into a whole. The dynamic and diverse colors create interest to the poster visually, and the many and diverse languages spoken on the planet create interest and provide a sense of identity to groups and individuals and their peaceful coexistence.

    NOTE: The color of my poster did not upload properly. Did anyone else experience this problem when uploading?


    Communication, Communication Design



  • Language Matters!

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design


    Here is my entry for language matters competition. I used a fingerprint speech bubble along with strong colourful typography to show why language matters. All votes greatly appreciated.

  • International Mother Language Day

    Education, Communication Design


    According to me, I created this poster with focus on mothers in all different language.The M letter denote the initials of international mother language day: M for mother .

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    this is my final work! I've noticed that my entry had wrong colors, this must be the right poster with right colors!

  • Languages Matter!

    Community, Communication Design


    My entry for the UNESCO competition "Languages Matter!"

  • LANGUAGES MATTER! A UNESCO poster competition

    Education, Communication Design


    While researching the origins of language for inspiration to simplification, I read, “When languages fade, so does the world’s rich tapestry of cultural diversity.”

    Questions of human evolution, existence and extinction arose. What if all of this were not? Key elements of our humanity—self-consciousness, symbolic language, morality, and culture—are part of an evolutionary process. The complexity of our contemporary selves is essentially a cultural transformation through history, myth and legend. So, how about looking at the whole situation from another perspective. What if we were to take it all away? Why do languages really matter?

    Approach 2. Isn’t the purpose of mother language day to increase awareness and promote the diversity and quality of life? Extinction led me to remove it all, piece by piece. Distinct reference to peoples ages, colours, diversity and culture—gone. Imagery of human communication tools—simplified. Images of people, mothers and children, any particular classifications, or differences—removed. Don’t we end up with but a shadow of ourselves?

    What is the actual essence of human origin, without going all of the way back to the big bang? The origins and development of the qualities that distinguish us as human, lie within hope and the seeds of humanity. We stem from and are dependant on single cells, those which have enabled us to become the diverse creatures we are today.

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