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Roiasi

Munich, Germany

Designer (Illustration)

Member since January 04, 2009


  • Diseño responsable más allá del reciclaje

    Environment, Environmental Design

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    Estilos

    Diseño responsable más allá del reciclaje

    Se imponen los envases reutilizables, baratos y ecológicos

    El embalaje que menos contamina es el que no se tira. Al menos no antes de un número razonable de usos. Según este principio, el mundo del diseño de packaging parece haber dado un paso más allá del uso de materiales altamente biodegradables o reciclables, los recipientes reutilizables. No hablamos de dejar la botella de vidrio en la puerta para que el lechero la rellene, aunque dada la enorme cantidad de desperdicios provocados por los embalajes excesivos, sería una buena idea.

    La tela y el cristal sustituyen a los materiales desechables

    En la londinense Unpackaged los clientes llevan sus contenedores

    Un ejemplo de esta tendencia -ya considerada como tal en el reciente libro Create, eating, design and future of food (Gestalten)- es el del tarro de la miel Stanley Honey diseñado por el estudio inglés The Partners. Su etiqueta invita directamente al consumidor a darle nueva utilidad al envase una vez agotado su contenido: plantar flores para que las abejas urbanas sigan haciendo miel. El chiste tiene un lado serio. Michael Paisley, portavoz de The Partners, comenta que la publicidad ha apelado tanto a la conciencia ecológica del consumidor que la estrategia comienza a perder efectividad. Hay que inventar algo nuevo. "Ya hace unos años que todo es eco y bio, pero siempre haciendo referencia al producto, no al envase, que es lo que más contamina"...

  • EMOTO PEACE PROJECT

    Peace, Environmental Design

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    The research of Dr. Masaru Emoto captures frozen water crystals in photographs that present a glimpse into the mysterious response of water to thoughts, words and pictures. As part of the United Nation’s International Decade for Action: Water for Life, Dr. Emoto wishes to share his discoveries about the responsive nature of water with children around the world. Beginning in 2006, "The Message of Water" children’s book , will be provided to all the children in the world at no cost within the decade. This effort is called the “Emoto Peace Project.”

    Dr. Emoto and many of his readers believe that water holds the potential to create peace on earth. Dr. Emoto and many of his readers believe by holding the intention of peace towards water ― by thinking, speaking and acting with the intention of peace toward water ― water can and will bring peace to our bodies and to the world.

    The Emoto Peace Project presents "The Message from Water" children's book in hopes that this book will play a leading roll in bring peace to the world.

    One man cannot change the world but one man can deliver the message to change the world. We believe it is "The Message from Water".

    We thank you very much for your support to Emoto Peace Project.

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    TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE OTHER AMERICAN REPUBLICS


    The High Contracting Parties, animated by the purpose of giving conventional form to the postulates of the Resolution approved on December 16, 1933, by all the States represented at the Seventh International Conference of American States, held at Montevideo, which recommended to "the Governments of America which have not yet done so that they sign the 'Roerich Pact', initiated by the Roerich Museum in the United States, and which has as its object, the universal adoption of a flag, already designed and generally known, in order thereby to preserve in any time of danger all nationally and privately owned immovable monuments which form the cultural treasure of peoples", have resolved to conclude a treaty with that end in view, and to the effect that the treasures of culture be respected and protected in time of war and in peace, have agreed upon the following articles:

    ARTICLE I The historic monuments, museums, scientific, artistic, educational and cultural institutions shall be considered as neutral and as such respected and protected by belligerents. The same respect and protection shall be due to the personnel of the institutions mentioned above. The same respect and protection shall be accorded to the historic monuments, museums, scientific, artistic, educational and cultural institutions in time of peace as well as in war.

    ARTICLE II The neutrality of, and protection and respect d...

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