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v-neeta

Kathmandu, n/a, Nepal

Designer (Writing)

Member since October 08, 2008


  • Localism

    Environment, Environmental Design

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    Colloquialism?

  • A Ceremony

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

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    Charting a course

  • Thanksgiving

    Arts & Culture, Environmental Design

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    In toto

  • Building capacity of Samoa media in disaster management

    Filomena Nelson from DMO, facilitator of the Samoa Workshop

    © UNESCO/A. Caine 21-11-2008 (Apia)

    The UNESCO Office in Apia, together with the Disaster Management Office (DMO) of the Government of Samoa, organized a Samoa Media Disaster Management Capacity Building Workshop in Apia, from 30 to 31 October 2008.

    Disasters cause immense economic, social and cultural destruction setting back development and, sometimes, causing or increasing conflict. Within UNESCO’s strategy for disaster management and Pacific regional and national disaster risk reduction frameworks, UNESCO’s Communication and Information Sector seeks to build the capacity of media organizations to more effectively report on disaster management.

    The Apia Workshop was attended by representatives of all Samoa’s media organizations: newspapers, commercial and Christian radios, magazines and TV stations.

    The objectives of the Workshop were to:

    deliver in-depth and latest information about meteorological, hydrological, geological and health hazards, within the framework of the Samoa National Disaster Management Plan;

    provide the media with public safety procedures relating to the hazards, with a particular focus on the media’s role in the procedures;

    start developing a unique disaster management plan for each media organization, especially ‘key response’ media, including the national radio and TV.

    The Workshop took place one week before the...

  • A Venn Diagram

    Community, Communication Design

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    Progression as relational?

  • An experiment in randomness

    Communication, Communication Design

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    Independence of Will and Reason

  • The Proactive Milieu

    Environment, Communication Design

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    Forging and Fostering the Metaphysics of Possibility

  • A picture in gradients

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

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    I have been experimenting with digital designs and 'art' for a while. Much of what you see on this blog are results of this exercise in experimentation and fun. The associations are also quite serendipitous. Hope they are fun to see and meaningful for those that need that kind of stuff.

  • A Covenant

    Communication, Environmental Design

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    Of Adhesives and Cohesives

  • A Material Culture

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

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    [The term material culture refers both to the psychological role, the meaning, that all physical objects in the environment have to mean something to people in a particular culture and to the range of manufactured objects (techno-complex) that are typical within a socioculture and form an essential part of cultural identity.]

    Source: wikipedia

    Augmenting a material culture with associations and articulations

My Interests

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