it´s a great article. It was interesting to find a restaurant that claims to be a green space, but doesn´t in fact have recycling containers.
ana cester Robert
barcelona, barcelona, Spain
middle school student
Member since November 07, 2008
In response to Fortune Favours the Brave, posted by Jennifer Nichols,
in the thread Fortune Favours the Brave
I think that this text is referring to a global action, which I like quite much. I particularly like the word PRACTIVISIM. The word resembles to me something that you put into practise. If you don´t put things into practise the world will never change.
Posted April 15, 2009 in Socially Conscious Graphic Design
Arts & Culture
i think that this poster on languages is really interesting because of the colors, the multilingualism´ logo. I also think that different languages contribute to the uniqueness of our diverse society.It´s also important for us to learn different languages to learn about different cultures that surround and impacts our world.
Posted April 01, 2009
In response to Fuel Efficiency - is there any controversy?, posted by Mark Wieczorek,
in the thread Fuel Efficiency - is there any controversy?
In my opinion, i think that this car is a really good idea for the Indian market.
this particular project is very interesting for people that don´t have a high economic position, because it´s cheaper than the other cars. the TATA nano, is also a good idea in india, because most of the families and their children use bikes or motorbikes, without helmets, and they go very fast,and such could be very dangerous, so this is also why I believe that the TATA´s a quite handy car to have around providing its convinience and safety factors.it´s definitely safer than using a bike in developing cities.
Posted December 17, 2008 in Good Design Ideas
My observation of this umbrella is that the shade part extends longer than the typical ones. The design is good for blocking the wind.
Posted November 28, 2008 in Thriving
I think that this video has a great cause. i feel that this video transmits its message in a way that everyone understands.
Posted November 12, 2008 in Thriving