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  • Demand Conflict Free Electronics

    Demand Conflict Free Electronics

    By on 12 June 2013

    Demand Conflict Free Electronics is an awareness campaign designed by Matt Wilson as the final major of his B.A Hons Degree from Plymouth College of Art in the UK. His goal is to educate people about conflict minerals being...

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  • The Art of #OccupyGezi

    The Art of #OccupyGezi

    By on 12 June 2013

    “Politics As Usual” Gary Lockwood AKA Freehand Profit, USA After seeing a poster created by US artist Gary Lockwood AKA Freehand Profit in solidarity with the ongoing protests in Istanbul, Turkey, I realized that I hadn’t encountered a graphic...

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  • Another review for Noah Scalin and Michelle Taute’s Design Activist’s Handbook

    By on 29 April 2013

    A while back, Noah asked if anyone from Osocio would review The Design Activist’s Handbook. Both Marc and I wrote a review, and Marc posted his first. That explains why there are two reviews of the book on Osocio....

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  • Calgary Zoo releases the world’s first annual report on Instagram

    #CalgaryZoo releases the world’s first annual report on Instagram

    By on 24 April 2013

    I can’t say an annual report is my favourite piece of communication to receive from the charities I support. I’d estimate that I typically give a quick glance-over to the lengthy “message from the CEO”, multiple photos of major...

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  • The Nu Project: More female body diversity acceptance through online exposure?

    By on 26 February 2013

    The Nu Project is part of the online movement to show female body diversity to help women of all ages, shapes and sizes feel better about their sexuality. This one is shot by a man, Matt Blum, of Minneapolis....

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  • Design Activists Handboek

    Book review: Design Activists Handbook

    By on 16 February 2013

    I started my working career in a printing house. It was in the late seventies, early eighties during the turbulent times in Amsterdam. The glory days of the squatting and anti-nuclear movement. It was a logical choice to start...

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  • Happy Meat

    By on 7 January 2013

    Nice project from type-b. They combined food with toys in this animation. type-b: “While the meat processing industry strips all features and personality of their product, the toy industry simply magnifies and exaggerates these characteristics. Combining efficiency, functionality and...

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  • Love Issue now in print: What Do You Miss?

    By on 6 January 2013

    Our regular visitors know that I’m a fan of Oitzarisme, the blog from Constantin Nimigean about photography. And from his magazine Love Issue. It is about Love & Issues. Recently he published the first Love Issue edition in print....

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  • You can hide your packs but you can’t hide from the effects of smoking

    By on 20 December 2012

    Since the beginning of this month, all packs of cigarettes in Australia are decorated with smoking warnings and diseased body parts. Regardless of the brand. Australia is the first country in the world where tobacco brands are forced to...

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  • Destroy mines with creativity

    By on 24 November 2012

    This project is the proof that creativity is a very important key factor in doing good. It is a project from Massoud Hassani, a designer raised in Kabul in Afghanistan and now living in the Netherlands. As a boy...

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