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Culture & Art

We have 90 blogposts in the field of Culture. All non-profit arts related.
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  • Passion for politics II

    By on 29 August 2008

    Denver was the the center of the world for a few days. As I noticed before it’s remarkable how big the passion for politics grows in this year’s presidential campaign from Barack Obama. The Denver Egotist (attempting to help...

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  • Feel The Dream

    By on 21 August 2008

    Dunno if this fits in the Osocio format but I like it. The people of feelthedream.org organise a big global party on Thursday 28th August 2008; the 45th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s ‘I Have a Dream’ speech. If...

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  • Benetton prays for Tibet and China

    By on 15 August 2008

    The most recent Colors magazine, from Benetton, isn’t a conventional one. It is a collection of prayers inspired by the design and meaning of traditional Tibetan flags. The editorial team collected 30 photographs of the Sichuan earthquake and met...

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  • Go home and read a book

    By on 12 August 2008

    Only one campaign today, from the New Zealand Book Council. I’m going to read a book, bye. Advertiser: New Zealand Book Council Agency: Colenso BBDO, Auckland Additional credits: Executive Creative Director: Nick Worthington Deputy Creative Director: Karl Fleet Creatives:...

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  • What is Social Design?

    By on 13 June 2008

    It has been some time coming but it is here, a comprehensive exploration into what is ‘Social Design’. This great video comes from the team at the SocialDesignSite.com. Source: SocialDesignSite.com

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  • The One Flag: A First Things First Project

    By on 12 June 2008

    From Adbusters: “Design is at war with itself. We are taught that design is about finding solutions. But the success of these solutions is judged so narrowly – Did it ooze desire? Did it shift units? – that we...

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  • Get London reading

    By on 31 May 2008

    Great campaign from London where streetart and a interactive map are used to encourage Londoners to make more time for reading, and to celebrate London as an international centre for books. Stencil art is used on the streets of...

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  • Design Conferences = Overblown and Conceptually Thin

    By on 18 April 2008

    UK design critic Rick Poynor makes a socially conscious critique of Design Conferences (for Creative Review) this month. This is a very topical critique and a highly recommended read. Admittedly, the celebrity culture that has developed in the design...

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  • May 10, 2008: Pangea Day

    By on 29 March 2008

    Pangea Day taps the power of film to strengthen tolerance and compassion while uniting millions of people to build a better future. In a world where people are often divided by borders, difference, and conflict, it’s easy to lose...

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  • We All Walk in Different Shoes

    By on 4 March 2008

    We All Walk in Different Shoes is an interesting campaign from fashion house Kenneth Cole, which celebrates 25 years of non-uniform thinkers. “Appearance can be a defining characteristic for us all but it’s the ability to think differently that...

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