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  • Unesco

    Communication, Communication Design

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    My picture talks about the important of languages to communicate with an other person

  • Unesco

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    this is a picture that inform about languages must´n die.

  • jigsaw

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    here we go! 1 2 3 but its all... round and round!

  • ECODESIGN

    Environment, Environmental Design

    ART TERRE

  • 'Aasan'

    Well-being, Environmental Design

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    A Yogic Posture

  • Language Matters

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    I think everybody should cherish their language.

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  • the art gallery of ontario

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    toronto is canada’s largest city and the birthplace of architect frank gehry. gehry was born into a jewish family living in one of downtown toronto’s immigrant neighbourhoods. gehry would often visit the food market with his grandmother or spend time building things from scraps at his grandfather’s hardware store. as a child, gehry also visited the nearby art gallery of ontario, which was only a few minutes from his family’s home. although gehry moved to california in 1947, he would later return to toronto to re-design the very gallery he visited as a child.

    history the art gallery of ontario (AGO) was founded in 1900 as the art museum of toronto by a group of private citizens. it was later renamed the art gallery of toronto in 1919 and became the art gallery of ontario in 1966. the AGO moved to its current location in 1911, occupying a building known as ‘the grange’. since then, the building has also gone through seven different iterations and additions beginning in 1918 with a beaux-arts style building designed by pearson and darling. more renovations were completed in the 1920’s, 1970’s and the final one in the 1990’s by barton myers.

    despite its most recent renovations and additional space, the gallery continued to grow and more room was needed. in 2002, publisher and art collector ken thomson donated his 2,000 piece art collection and 100 million CAD to the AGO. the gallery knew they needed to expand in order to house this siza...

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    A childhood wonder

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    The Famed Danfe and Munal

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