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  • RSA Lectures

    Communication, Communication Design


    Upcoming RSA/Innovaro Lectures: <br> <a href="">Designing Interactions</a> [13 June]<br> Jeremy Myerson, Fiona Raby, Tony Dunne & Bill Moggridge<br> <a href="">Café RSA: Climate Change DIY</a> [14 June]<br> Manifesto Challenge: Moving Towards a Zero Waste Society<br> <a href="">RSA Lecture with Nick Clegg MP</a> [18 June]<br> Manifesto Challenge: Developing a Capable Population<br> <a href="">Innovation - Tomorrow's Communities.</a> [20 June]<br><br>

    For further details visit the <a href="">RSA Website</a>

  • ReadyMechs

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design


    Here's one for the innovative and creative ones out there, also one for the kids!

    "<a href=""> Ready Mechs</a> are free, flatpack toys for you to print and build. They are designed to fit on an 8.5"x11" page and printed with any printer. You’ll need double-sided tape, thick matte paper, and 10-15 minutes for build time."

    See the site: <a href=""> Ready Mech</a>

  • munrakhan.bindiya.d - BA(Hons)FineArts

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design


    NAME : Munrakhan Bindiya devi.yashna

    Address : Manrakhan street Long Mountain Mauritius

    Email :

    Date of Birth : 14may1983

    Telephone no- Home : +230 2453017

                 - Mobile   : cellplus- 9485206
                                     : emtel    -4903104

    Level of Studies : Degree Level BA(Hons)FineArts University of Mauritius in collaboration with

    Mahatma Gandhi fine Arts Department Moka Participated in Exhibitions at: - 1ST Annual Art Exhibition Fine Art

    department MGI 2004 - 2nd Annual Art Exhibition 2005 - 3rd Annual Art Exhibition 2006 - WORKSHOPS- Printmakings

    workshops at the MGI

    • Formation de l’introduction du technique de “lithographie”-given by lecturers from Visva Bharati University de Shantiniketan de L’Inde. -GROUP EXHIBITION- Exhibition

      at L’Alliance Francaise Bel Village-

      On Contemporary Printmakers and Prints Working Experience : Graphic designer trainee at Rajiv Gandhi science center Bel Village. : ...
  • trash ....trash... and buisness...

    Environment, Industrial Design


    I just come back from an area of Mexico City today and I was so impressed to see the conditions of working and living in places where people select bya hand used pet bottles , poliethilene ec... a baby was sleeping in a hammock with trash all around I go to thos places to buy materials for my projects..I m preparing an exhibition in Mexico City in September The buisyness is like this : Pet is sold by KG at a price of 0.25 USD per KG Its around 30 bottles..people collecting in the streets get 20 to 40 kg a day means 2.5 USD to 5 USD a day The trash deposit , outside the city is runned by Mafia..they own everything, people working and land... Welll...I was impressed to see and observe this...mountains of plastic and other materials...and the landscape around ...beautifull mountains around...countryside ..just a few Km from downtown Mexico city where I live

  • Design is culture: Rheindesign

    Community, Communication Design


    Cologne is the capital of furniture design in Germany - once a year there is a big interior design fair that is only competed by the Salone in Milan. So there's a lot of slick chairs, tables, boards and people in the city at that time. This always quickly leads to a interior design overkill. Especially as the cultural off-event got more and more commercialized.

    Now there's something new in town: for the first time there will be Rheindesign - a non-commercial event that is concentrating on design not in aspects of saleability. Rheindesign is supposed to be an event that consists of over 30 projects that are spread all over Cologne.

    Alongside the participation of big names like Jean-Marie Massaud or ora-ito, I'm mostly looking forward to the experimental projects that are going on there: for example a concert with washing-mashines on the Neumarkt or the exhibition »From Vandalism to Fandalism« that is organized by students of the Köln International School of Design.

    I think this event could really become something social in design: getting out on the streets and involve people in design processes wether it be by provocation, involvement or demonstration. For all those who won't be able to come to Cologne: the ROGER Designmagazine will put up a blog and hopefully report from all of the 30 events. Here's a link to the blog, that will work only in three or four days.

  • Think Ball 07

    Environment, Industrial Design


    Tuesday 1 May 2007 at Old Billingsgate in central London. <br><br> The Think conference and exhibition explores the wider responsibilities of the property and construction industries as we deal with the issues of climate change, urban renewal and redevelopment. Think are thrilled to announce the launch of The Think Ball - a glittering social occasion to take place on the first day of the Think conference. <br><br> The event captured the spirit of Think in a dramatically different way. While the critical themes - sustainability, regeneration and innovation - remain absolutely the focus, the Ball explored these in a wildly imaginative, inspirational and entertaining fashion. It combined glorious surroundings with star personalities and world-class entertainment, all while keeping a firm focus on the imperatives being faced in the property & construction sectors. <br><br> The Think Ball was a magnificent event, symbolising how nature and the built environment can co-exist in harmony. By sharing powerful and emotive themes, with a twist of humour, The Think Ball offered a special, memorable and thought-provoking evening. From the creative environment, to the provenance of the menu and the use of recyclable materials, the Ball employed sustainable resources and responsible suppliers wherever possible.' <br><br> See the website <a href="">Think07</a><br> and my support and Photo...

  • Lara Holmes & Photogoism

    Well-being, Communication Design


    I must write a post today, speaking of a new photographic talent I have had the pleasure of meeting, her name, <a href="">Lara Holmes</a>. <br><br> The above images are examples from Lara's 2006 degree Major Project commission from PHOTOGOISM (Photojournalism in Cambodia), where she travelled to Cambodia, researching and photographing Human Trafficking, Disability & Poverty in Cambodia. Working with various NGO’s (Non-Governmental Organizations) in Cambodia, including International Organization for Migration (IOM), United Nations Inter-agency Project on Human Trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (UNIAP), Disability Development Services for Pursat (DDSP), Healthcare Centre for Children (HCC), Starfish Project, Sihanoukville. <br><br> Lara ever continues her work across the UK (mainly London based), focused on image centric research and photographic commissions. I see Lara as a photojournalist talent we should all aspire to.

  • Plan A. There is no Plan B.

    Environment, Communication Design


    Fantastic campaign, designed by <a href="">Vince Frost</a> and one of the first 'green' ideas that has really made me stop. <a href="">Plan A</a> is the five-year plan launched by Marks & Spencer.

    "Five years. Five commitments. One world. And 100 things we want to change." Marks and Spencer, 2007.

    The 100-point plan means that by 2012 M&S will:

      • become carbon neutral
      • send no waste to landfill
      • extend sustainable sourcing
      • set new standards in ethical trading
      • help customers and employees live a healthier lifestyle (read more about the <a href="">five pledges</a>).

    M&S stated; 'Plan A is a 100-point plan to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing our business and our world. It will see us working with our customers and our suppliers to combat climate change, reduce waste, safeguard natural resources, trade ethically and build a healthier nation. We're doing this because it's what you want us to do. It's also the right thing to do. We're calling it Plan A because we believe it's now the only way to do business. There is no Plan B.'

  • Howtobegreener_177_

    Amazing. I was wondering through Marylebone Station in April this year, on my way home from a long day. I am thinking "green" when I spot the front cover of April Edition of <a href="">Creative Review</a> (Vol.27, No.4). 'The "It's about time we did something about sustainability and the environment" Issue'. <a href="">Creative Review</a> is quoted to have a carbon footprint the 'equivalent to 1.17 tonnes per month'. Stunning concept for a design magazine I usually flick through in the newsagents, but had stopped purchasing over other leading creative publications (shame on me). The cover of the magazine, well "not the cover" is conceptually brilliant - the magazine this month comes in a polythene bag with the words 'RECYCLE ME" on them. Simple, and stunning. <br><br> "Producing a magazine doesn't seem particularly, er environmentally friendly... Fair comment - though we've made a few changes in the way we've produced this issue. There's no cover which saved 8,700 sheets of SRA1 paper, enough to cover half a football pitch. Pages 3, 4, 41-44, 83 and 84 are all printed on Cyclus, a paper made from 100% post-consumer waste, The subs cards and photographers cards are printed on remnant stock. We've been on something of a learning curve. Our text stock is PEFC certified and, our supplier assures us, comes from well-managed...

  • RE*Generation

    Poverty, Communication Design


    Virgin Mobile USA, together with Virgin's charitable arm Virgin Unite, is helping a generation to help its own. The <a href="">RE*Generation</a> is a movement to connect at-risk youth - homeless, in poverty, without resources - with young people who want to help and make a difference through a partnership with innovative non-profits. <br><br> But the <a href="">RE-Generation</a> doesn't play favorites. We invite concerned individuals of all ages and backgrounds to donate, volunteer and get involved. Through your support of The RE-Generation Gallery, you are not only helping at-risk youth, you are helping a generation to help its own. <br><br> For more information, visit The <a href="">RE*Generation</a> , <a href="">YouthNoise</a> and <a href="">StandUpForKids</a> web sites.

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