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  • A Winged Cherub

    Environment, Environmental Design

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    Emancipation and ennui

  • True to Form

    Peace, Environmental Design

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    'The Return of the Native'

    • Asynchronous lessons from the past and salves for the future

    I hope these portrayals have been enjoyed for whatever they are worth. Those of us still at the exploratory phase are sometimes in dire need of a kind word.

    With best wishes for 2009

  • charlotte mann

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

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    charlotte mann is a london-based artist who creates detailed life-sized drawings. her installations depict cluttered scenes of people, furniture and other household goods drawn on white walls. in the past mann has collaborated with fashion designer peter jensen and dazed and confused japan among others.

    more: charlotte mann: http://www.charlottemann.co.uk

  • www.CreateforaCause.com

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

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    Happy to find a site/network of like-minded socially conscious individuals!

    Create for a Cause engages and networks artists and activists in philanthropic work by connecting their skills and talents to a cause. This boosts the artists professional profile and positively impacts development in deprived communities and raises awareness of humanitarian causes.

    Create for a Cause lends a personal touch and takes philanthropic networking to the next level.

    For more extensive coverage of my projects this past year in Central East Africa, please visit my website/blog:

    www.createforacause.com

    Chrissie Lam

  • www.CreateforaCause.com

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

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    Happy to find a site/network of like-minded socially conscious individuals!

    Create for a Cause engages and networks artists and activists in philanthropic work by connecting their skills and talents to a cause. This boosts the artists professional profile and positively impacts development in deprived communities and raises awareness of humanitarian causes.

    Create for a Cause lends a personal touch and takes philanthropic networking to the next level.

    For more extensive coverage of my projects this past year in Central East Africa, please visit my website/blog:

    www.createforacause.com

    Chrissie Lam

  • Adventure Capital

    Environment, Environmental Design

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    A Green Sensibility

  • Passing the parcel

    Well-being, Environmental Design

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    Stability as a counterpoint and pov

  • Object-oriented Programming

    Education, Environmental Design

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    A digi-tech distillation

  • Looking Ahead

    Well-being, Communication Design

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    Hope, Faith and Abstraction in Tomorrow

  • HELVETICA

    Communication, Communication Design

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    HELVETICA

    This email is in response to the seeing the film, Helvetica.

    To The Helvetica Film Team: I recently had the pleasure of watching your movie, Helvetica, and I thought that it was very good overall. However, never once was Geigy Pharmaceutical and its top graphic design team (many now in Helvetica Heaven like Fred Troller, Theo Welti, Marcus Lowe and many others.) mentioned in the role that Helvetica played in the worldwide corporate identity (Branding) that Geigy created using Helvetica. (In the beginning Geigy originally had an exclusive contractual agreement for the use of Helvetica to my knowledge) Geigy literally wrote the book on Corporate/Brand Identity through their in-house design group both in Basel and in the U.S. which many others followed throughout the world and in many cases still follow. We all have creative license to create history as we choose and that is very acceptable here in the colonies, but to have the Swiss designers who were interviewed in your film leave Geigy out is astonishing. All the designers interviewed missed a valuable part of Graphic Design History by leaving out the incredible Graphic Design movement at Geigy, Basel. There has been nothing like it since. Maybe you were aware of this or maybe it was edited out.... but unfortunately many young and growing designers have lost a valuable piece of inspiring graphic design/type history desperately needed in today's industry. Geigy In-House Design ( design/copy standards continued thro...

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