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  • Preservatives

    Well-being, Audio/Visual Design

    Louvre_artifact_08_rustjunedark23revjan14_rev9_132_

    An ancient hearth

  • language matter

    Arts & Culture

    hi This poster relates to the language matter competition. Good luck . .bye.

  • Bfarber_logo_graphitti_177_

    Graphic Designers must take stock. As a profession we must own up to our part of the problem, and take responsibility in the roles we collectively have played in collaborating on this latest free market collapse. We are accountable because we create the identities for corporations, which produce products we all consume. Who really cares if Coke wins over Pepsi, the stockholders do. I don't drink either; I used to drink bottled water, which is problematic in and of itself. I now carry a water bottle. It is a game of divide and concur market share. Along with choice comes personal responsibility, which we as a society have not owned up very well over the last 30 years.

    The generation from the 1960's had an expression "Tune In, Drop Out", to express they're unwillingness to support corruption. This was also the last generation to face challenges as difficult as ours. Since Vietnam, the last great clash of conscience (one which still has its casualties). We have repeatedly fallen for false signals but have managed to remain intact. As we see stock prices plummet and companies fail we are quickly realizing that the free ride is over, our way of life is in jeopardy. We all must be more accountable for our actions. I am cautiously optimistic in this generation that we have learned our lessons and we will strive to not repeat past mistakes.

    As Graphic Designers we are the thinkers and the symbol makers. We draw attention to information and worthwhile causes. We also crea...

  • Bfarber_logo_graphitti_177_

    Graphic Designers have to take stock. As a profession we must own up to our part of the problem, and take responsibility in the roles we have played in collaborating on this latest free market collapse. We are accountable because we create the identities for corporations, which produce products we all consume. Who really cares if Coke wins over Pepsi, the stockholders due. I don't drink either; I used to drink bottled water, which is problematic in and of itself. I now carry a water bottle. It is a game of divide and concur market share. Along with choice comes personal responsibility, which we have not owned up very well over the last 30 years.

    The generation from the 1960's had an expression "Tune In, Drop Out", to express they're unwillingness to support corruption. This was also the last generation to face challenges as difficult as ours. Since Vietnam, the last great clash of conscience (one which still has its casualties). We have repeatedly fallen for false signals but have managed to remain intact. As we see stock prices plummet and companies fail we are quickly realizing that the free ride is over, we all must be more accountable for our actions. I am cautiously optimistic in this generation that we have learned our lessons and we will strive to not repeat past mistakes.

    As Graphic Designers we are the thinkers and the symbol makers. We draw attention to information and worthwhile causes. We also create identities for agra-business, land developers, and ...

  • Spurs and shelters

    Well-being, Communication Design

    Louvre_artifact_08_bluejune21_rgbrev7_132_

    Rays of the sun in repose

  • Spurs

    Community, Communication Design

    Louvre_artifact_08_bluejune21_edges13revjuly30xx_132_

    A wizened visage

  • Day's end

    Well-being, Audio/Visual Design

    Louvre_artifact_08_bluejune21_edges13revoct13_132_

    A guide

  • Spurs

    Well-being, Communication Design

    Louvre_artifact_08_bluejune21_edges30iii_132_

    Spurring journeys

  • Languages Matter! Entry No. 2

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

    Poster02_a3_132_

    Was in the mood to make another entry at the moment so decided to make this one entitled "Loud Speaker".

    Still running through pretty much the same concept only in a different approach.

    I made some subwoofer type art from tutorials I found on the net. To represent different nations, I used a silhouette of a man this type and masked flags of different nations on it.

    The person's bound to speak through the mic attached to the big speaker :P

    Basically that's the composition of the art ;)

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    "Loud Speaker"

    Live Out Loud.

    Nations should rise up and simply be proud of their mother language. A solid definition of their culture and identity.

    As illustrated, I embodied the flags of different nations in a silhouette of a human being, ready to talk on the microphone and let the world hear their words.

    Languages Matter!

  • international mother language day

    Arts & Culture, Environmental Design

    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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