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  • Colours in repose

    Arts & Culture, Environmental Design


    A natural phenomenon

  • Hello all


    I'm new to DESIGN 21. And yes, I'm trying to learn the ropes here. I actually found out about DESIGN 21 when I was looking at graphic design contests. I entered the "Languages matter!" contest several days ago and I feel pretty confident about my design. Paris is definitely on my mind. Good luck to everyone that entered.

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    Source: ARCHITECT Magazine Publication date: 2008-12-01

    By Andrew Yang

    For many Beijingers, the best moment during this summer's Olympics was not the grand opening ceremony or a heroic athletic feat—it was the ability to see the sky. As China prepared for the Olympics, all kinds of measures were put in place: shutting down industrial factories curbed air pollution, and traffic restrictions cut by 50 percent the number of cars on the streets. So, during the games, the appearance of blue skies and unjammed roadways reminded many, for the first time in a long while, how Beijing could seem pleasant and feel intimate.

    After five years of Olympics-related construction, and nearly two decades of increasing investment in China, what is the future of China's megasized building culture? August's Olympics frenzy immediately segued into the financial crises of September, and while the United States and Europe deal with the biggest economic disaster in a century, the view from within China is ... surprisingly, business as usual. If anything, a through-the-roof economy is giving way to an economy that's just vastly expanding.

    That's not to say that the country won't experience a delay in some of its major projects; no country is immune in the current downturn, and China is in fact slowing down. In October, the government reported that during the period of July through September, China's economy grew only 9 percent—a boon for most nations, but not for fast-growing China, where 10 perc...


    Environment, Environmental Design


    Create a campaign of awareness of the FSC logo and its mission.

  • Wood Paper Checkmark Competition

    Environment, Communication Design


    Concisely communicating the purpose of the mark, indicating responsible forestry procedures and giving the consumer a way to impact and imprint by consuming only products with the mark.

  • Wood Paper Checkmark Competition

    Environment, Communication Design


    similar concept to the one used in the banner, visually communicating the various impacts of the forestry industry.

  • Wood Paper Checkmark Competition

    Environment, Communication Design


    The idea of the expansive impact that our forestry industry have on the environment, food, transportation, housing, climate, economy, visually communicated through images housing and utensils growing out of the ground and all interconnected.

  • Wood Paper Checkmark Competition

    Environment, Communication Design


    I thought about communicating the impact we have and the imprint we leave on the environment and used fingerprints to visually communicate the point. The tree is reflected to represent both the roots as well as the cyclic and continuous nature of our ecosystem and global environment.

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    Arts & Culture

    change your eyes filter. . . fly to higher camp into the sky. . . find your wings,... your golden wings. . . fly high.

  • Languages Matter! Entry No. 1

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design


    First Entry upon joining this Network :)

    Made a poster for UNESCO's International Mother Language Day

    With "language" up in my mind I decided to draw up a pair of lips. Yeah, that literal. Nevertheless, I do believe it fairly brings up the message.

    The actual entry is just the pair of lips and a few languages written in the background. But as the competition brief requests, I made this A3-dimensioned-poster size to replicate how I would use it in poster mode.


    "Speak It".

    No better way to promote one's language by speaking it. Live out loud and be proud of your native tongue.

    Languages Matter!

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