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  • world on the pencil

    Arts & Culture, Fashion Design

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    i drawing what in my brain, world on the pencil! more details please see , www.coroflot.com/zomatao/worldon_thepencil

  • world on the pencil

    Arts & Culture, Fashion Design

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    i drawing what in my brain, the world on the pencil! details please see www.coroflot.com/zomatao/worldon_thepencil

  • A Sundial

    Community, Environmental Design

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    Tender time

  • An adage

    Well-being, Environmental Design

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    Symbol in my highway

  • Languages matter-5

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

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    Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by UNESCO's General Conference in November 1999 in recognition of the sanctity and preservation of all vernacular languages in the world. The event began being observed from 21 February 2000 throughout the world to commemorate the martyrs who sacrificed their lives on this date in DHAKA in 1952. The background to the proclamation of the International Mother Language Day was a proposal from Bangladesh at the UNESCO General Conference in Paris on 17 November 1999 to declare 21 February as an international day on the ground that on this day many had sacrificed their lives for their mother tongue. It was argued that, since the languages of the world are at the very heart of UNESCO's objectives and since they are the most powerful instruments for preserving and developing the tangible and intangible heritage of nations and nationalities, the recognition of this day would serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop a fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions ...

  • Languages matter-4

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

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    Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by UNESCO's General Conference in November 1999 in recognition of the sanctity and preservation of all vernacular languages in the world. The event began being observed from 21 February 2000 throughout the world to commemorate the martyrs who sacrificed their lives on this date in DHAKA in 1952. The background to the proclamation of the International Mother Language Day was a proposal from Bangladesh at the UNESCO General Conference in Paris on 17 November 1999 to declare 21 February as an international day on the ground that on this day many had sacrificed their lives for their mother tongue. It was argued that, since the languages of the world are at the very heart of UNESCO's objectives and since they are the most powerful instruments for preserving and developing the tangible and intangible heritage of nations and nationalities, the recognition of this day would serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop a fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions ...

  • Languages matter-3

    Arts & Culture

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    in this posters i want to show that if there will not have any languages then people would never enjoy the most beautiful sceneries in the world and they cant share their feeling to their loving person. so languages matter!

  • Languages matter-2

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

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    this posters shows that in the world there are different types of people along with their own languages to share their feelings, to keep their tradition so without their languages nothing is impossible to prorove for them and here i consider the TREE as the whole world and the fruits of the TREE's are the different languages of different countries which is collecting by the different types of people from different countries wearing their traditional cloth to show the symbol of it.

  • Languages matter

    Communication, Communication Design

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    Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by UNESCO's General Conference in November 1999 in recognition of the sanctity and preservation of all vernacular languages in the world. The event began being observed from 21 February 2000 throughout the world to commemorate the martyrs who sacrificed their lives on this date in DHAKA in 1952. The background to the proclamation of the International Mother Language Day was a proposal from Bangladesh at the UNESCO General Conference in Paris on 17 November 1999 to declare 21 February as an international day on the ground that on this day many had sacrificed their lives for their mother tongue. It was argued that, since the languages of the world are at the very heart of UNESCO's objectives and since they are the most powerful instruments for preserving and developing the tangible and intangible heritage of nations and nationalities, the recognition of this day would serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop a fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions ...

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    As far as I can tell, from limited and admittedly superficial research designers try to design things that solve problems, do things in an easier, and ideally more responsible way. Designers may be concerned with the aesthetic nature of things in our world. Designers look at issues and decide which aspects of the solution/design are negotiable and which aspects are non-negotiable. I'm wondering if you can help me define design and the role of designers. I'd like to put students in the role of designers. We do this occasionally: designing a product for sale in the school store that brands/promotes the teams. Sooo what is design? and what do designers do?

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