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We have 220 blogposts in the field of Education.

  • Why choose if you can combine?

    By on 14 March 2008

    Great and hilarious Photoshop work this combination of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. The Katholieke Universiteit Brussel (Catholic University) en Ehsal are combining college and university. There are many ways to visualize it. I’m glad Belgium agency LDV United...

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  • Enlighten your world with a book

    By on 29 February 2008

    There are a lot of books about the Enlightenment, but none of them actually provide light. Studiomeiboom has combined this idea into a lamp which is in the form of a book. Not a heavy book, a light book....

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  • Learn what it takes to be one of the greats

    By on 19 February 2008

    In this cross media campaign the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) advertise its new Executive Masters of Design in Advertising (EMDes) program. Startup agency Huxley Quayle von Bismark from Toronto Canada shows four industry heavyweights being dissected...

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  • Good 50×70

    By on 18 February 2008

    GOOD 50×70 is back for 2008! Good 50×70, the initiative that ‘promotes awareness amongst the creative community of the power they have to be a force for good,’ is back for its second year. Entrants are asked to design...

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  • Barbara Kruger

    By on 17 February 2008

    Born in 1945, Barbara Kruger is one of my top inspirational socially conscious artists/designers. After attending Syracuse University and Parson’s School of Design in New York, Kruger obtained a design job at Condé Nast Publications. Working for Mademoiselle Magazine,...

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  • Conceptual Design: Building a Social Conscience.

    By on 17 February 2008

    Is there a relationship between the conceptual thinking behind Marcel Duchamp’s 1917 urinal and contemporary design practice? Design writer and Design Observer contributer Nick Currie believe’s there is. In an AIGA feature of 1995, Currie presented some interesting thoughts...

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  • The Real Work Experience

    By on 15 February 2008

    Communication designers and its graduates, certainly have the creative ability to make significant change to social and public service, and yet I question why this is not sold to designers as a credible route to take post Graduation. Pitching...

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  • INDIGO: International Indigenous Design Network

    By on 15 February 2008

    The INDIGO: International Indigenous Design Network is a research initiative, which explores the role of indigenous visual culture within contemporary society and looks at its relationship to National identity. The issues and pressures facing indigenous cultures around the globe...

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  • Talk to your patients

    By on 7 February 2008

    This campaign called “Don’t Be Silent” is part of an initiative from the New York State Department of Health to confront health care providers, like physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners, to encourage their patients who smoke to quit....

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  • RISE-NOW against sexual assault and domestic violence

    By on 19 December 2007

    Undergraduate students in my socially conscious design class Design Rebels at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia are required to create a project that reaches the community beyond the school to talk about some of the issues covered in...

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