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Derek Stewart

Conegliano, TV, Italy

Designer (Art Direction)

Member since June 04, 2008

  • Good 50x70 - Milan

    Communication, Communication Design


    If you happen to be in Milan in June, AIAP have organised a series of meetings at La Triennale to celebrate the opening of their 'Good 50x70' 2008 poster exhibition which will feature over 200 posters covering a variety of social and environmental issues.

    Some of the designers featured: Timo Berry (Finland), Bulent Erkmen (Turkey), Cao Fang (China) Yossi Lemel (Israel), Alain Le Quernec (France), Chaz Maviyane-Davies (Zimbabwe), Armando Milani (Italy), Woody Pirtle (USA), Gunter Rambow (Germany), Liza Ramalho (Portugal), Dan Reisinger (Israel), Leonardo Sonnoli (Italy), Massimo Vignelli (USA) and Lourdes Zolezzi (Mexico).

    Further info:,

    The opening of the Good 50x70 2008 exhibition will take place on Tuesday, June 10th at La Triennale museum, viale Alemagna 6, Milan, Italy.

    Here’s the programme of events:

    11:00 pm Press conference

    2:30 pm – 6:30 pm International seminar on social communication with Good 50x70 jurors and collaborators:

    Beppe Chia, AIAP president Dalia Gallico, ADI Lombardy president Yossi Lemel, Jury member Alain Le Quernec, Jury member Armando Milani, Jury member Massimo Pitis, BEDA representative

    7:00 pm The Good 50x70 exhibition is officially opened.

    7:00 pm - 11:30 pm The Good 50x70 opening party in the gardens of La Triennale.

    The catalogue of the selected posters will be given to the winning entrants on the day and will also be available to purchase for the rest of us mere mortals. We hope to see you there!

    The exhibition will be free for entrance and open from June the 11th to the 22nd, hours 10:30 am - 11:30 pm.

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Design, when nourished by a deep spiritual concern for planet, environment, and people, results in a moral and ethical viewpoint. Starting from this point of departure will provide new forms and expressions - the new aesthetic - we are all desperately trying to find. Victor Papanek from 'The Green Imperative'.

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  • Industrial Design
  • Environmental Design
  • Communication Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Audio/Visual Design