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  • images ICE-AGE TRAY

    Communication, Communication Design

    Dear Mr Bare,

    my name is Francesca Ferrua and I'm the editor responsible for book on ecodesign (I have a pdf description but cannot enclose it here). The book will be published by a German publishing house, that is an imprint of the rather well-known Tandem Verlag. They distribute all over the world.

    Since the ICE-AGE TRAY has been described to us as very interesting by the authors of the book itself (University professors of Turin), I would like to ask you to send some images in high resolution (300 dpi).

    Furthermore, we would like to dedicate a couple of pages more to relevant projects that have also some large size images (width around 25 cm, height around 30 cm).

    I hope you can find this proposal interesting and look forward to your reaction,

    with kind regards,


    LiberLab Soc. Coop. Servizi Editoriali - Comunicazione Via del Pascolo 33/a 12038 Savigliano CN ITALY

    tel 0039 (0)172 711562 fax 0039 (0)172 375532

    Think about the environment before printing

  • Ecuadorian artisans work

    Well-being, Industrial Design


    More examples of Ecuadorian Artisans Work.

  • **my anti crack**

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

    i was thinking on doin a spoof on the the whole anti drug thing. like the music is my anti drug but more in the sense of using another drug as my get away and boycotting crack e.g popping X is my anti crack something like that

  • The importance of the design process

    Well-being, Communication Design

    I begin an engagement with a community which has, in few moments, inspired me enough to write this entry. This is also an opportunity to crack the egg, to submerge from a four-month hiatus in which I've been too afraid to write, to talk, to even think, although I have to admit that the latter one has been the one I've been less afraid of.

    In beginning a process of recognition of valuable time wasted, or, from another less self-tortured perspective, from a most deserved break after the completion of a degree sought out with "blood, sweat and tears", I find myself to be idle, to be in a state of non-responsiveness to my own practice. In more simple words, I haven't conceived or even participated in a design project recently. Should I be worried of getting "rusty"? Should I keep on being paralyzed until the opportunity comes? Should I get out of this closet-room and engage in whatever task comes handy? I'm inclining towards the latter.

    Even so, I have to admit that my last project was thought out to be a "failure". I was probably the only one who thought this. And why would that be? Because I forgot about the importance of the process within the work. I didn't listen to the work. I didn't understand if it was an art project or design project, I had these categories straight in my head (and backed up by my education and my professional experience) but in these past couple of months I've started to doubt so much. I'm hoping it's "Cezanne's d...

  • Mechanized or Strategic Ploy?

    Poverty, Communication Design


    Radicalism in Development: Mechanized or Strategic Ploy?

    (Sept 26, 2008)

    A leading development personality once coined the phrase 'feminization of poverty' with singular impact and incisive insight. We have come a long way, it seems. Does the use of enforced shifts and strains reach a point of resolution or culmination?

    We live in a radically globalized world. Radical in the use of recalcitrant idioms and values though it may appear, the injection of urgency is well thought out. The time is always ripe. More often than naught, the means and methods at hand require fine-tuning.

    In seeking a more direct approach to many of the problems that surface in the Development Agenda and vie for its attention, we have been successful in helping to transmute key concerns through levels and layers of strong reproach. The tide turns every once in a while and, thus, we have before us the essential problem laid bare with very little accoutrement.

  • Discrete Globalism

    Environment, Environmental Design


    Natural Selection?

  • An Enduring Communitarianism

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design


    Festivals of Enlightenment and Creationism

  • Iberotemplates (IT) busca diseñadores freelance creativos y responsables que quieran adherirse a su emprendimiento desarrollando logotipos, iconografías y plantillas en formatos HTML y CSS o Flash.

    Enviar hasta dos bocetos de muestra, de acuerdo al siguiente criterio:

    • Maquetados y listos para su publicación.
    • Las plantillas HTML y CSS deben validar las normas del W3C.
    • Correcta visualización en IE6 y sup., Firefox, Safari y Ópera.
    • Ser autoría del diseñador y no haber sido usadas ni publicadas anteriormente.
    • Incluir fuentes, html, css y fla cuando correspondan + diseños en psd ó png.

    A través de se pondrán en el mercado los diseños aprobados. El diseñador establecerá el precio de su trabajo, sobre el cual IT fijará su precio de venta. Pagos a través de PayPal cada vez que se concreta una venta.


    Envíos de muestras:

    Más info en Octubre Digital

  • Una entrevista llena de expresividad en la cual Gayoso nos habla de su relación con el arte. Juan Carlos Gayoso nació el 7 de agosto de 1952 en Montevideo Uruguay, comanzando su carrera en forma autodidacta a muy temprana edad, radicándose luego en Caracas, Venezuela.

    Juan Carlos Gayoso se ha perfeccionado en diferentes ramas de la plástica, llegando a realizar esculturas en metal, definiendo luego su propio estilo tomando motivos del paisaje venezolano el cual plasma por medio del óleo, acuarela y medios combinados.

    Aquí dejo parte de la entrevista que le realizáramos:

    OD – Hola Juan Carlos, nos gustaría que te presentaras de la forma en que mejor te sientas identificado.

    JCG – Artista Plástico

    OD – ¿Desde cuándo estás radicado en Venezuela y qué te llevó ahí?

    JCG – Desde 1978, atraído por la fuerza de la luz tropical, donde los colores vibran incesantemente, y las sombras van desde los azules hasta los violáceos. A esto se le suma la maravillosa variedad de paisajes, que van desde los Andes, selvas, llanos y un mar que se debate entre una sinfonía de azules hasta llegar a los verdes esmeraldas de una transparencia cristalina. Esta rica variedad de ecenarios naturales, significa una fuente inagotable de expresión, para un Artista Plástico.

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  • Geothermal Energy


    Geothermal Energy The word defined is – energy generated by heat stored in the earth, or the collection of absorbed heat derived from underground, in the atmosphere and oceans.

    Geothermal Electricity Hot water or steam from below ground can also be used to make electricity in a geothermal power plant. These areas have so much steam and hot water that it can be used to generate electricity. Holes are drilled into the ground and pipes lowered into the hot water, like a drinking straw in a soda. The hot steam or water comes up through these pipes from below ground. A geothermal power plant is like in a regular power plant except that no fuel is burned to heat water into steam. The steam or hot water in a geothermal power plant is heated by the earth. It goes into a special turbine. The turbine blades spin and the shaft from the turbine is connected to a generator to make electricity. The steam then gets cooled off in a cooling tower. So is like a regular power plant, they just gives the environment a little break.

    Some of the closest places are in California, there are 14 areas where we use geothermal energy to make electricity.There are some areas not used yet because the resource is too small, too isolated or the water temperatures are not hot enough to make electricity.

    The main spots are: the Geysers area north of San Francisco, in the northwest corner of the state near Lassen Volcanic National Park, in the Mammoth Lakes area - the site of a huge ancient volcano. The Co...

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