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Design against fur: Protect seals (U.S.)

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 25-05-2006 22:23 | Category: Animal rights, Awards



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1st Place & Todd Oldham Award: Anastasia Cohen, Miami International University of Art & Design (Florida)


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2nd Place: Yu-Tzu Chung, Pratt Institute (New York)

design against fur

3rd Place: Ramon Aclo Tyler School of Art/Temple University (Pennsylvania)

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David Carson Award: Rachel Aubrey, New York Institute of Technology-Manhattan Campus (New York)

As I announced in february, the Design Against Fur message this year is “protect seals”.
The theme of the 2006 Design Against Fur poster competition is Canada’s commercial seal hunt-the largest and most brutal slaughter of marine mammals on earth.
The competition will take place in two phases. Winners of the Regional Competitions will go forward to an International Competition. The Grand Prize Winner wins $5,000 US and a trip to Stella McCartney’s fall fashion show in Paris.

The images above are from the United States part of the international competition. The winners are: 1st Place & Todd Oldham Award: Anastasia Cohen, Miami International University of Art & Design (Florida), 2nd Place: Yu-Tzu Chung, Pratt Institute (New York), 3rd Place: Ramon Aclo Tyler School of Art/Temple University (Pennsylvania) and the David Carson Award: Rachel Aubrey, New York Institute of Technology-Manhattan Campus (New York). The other international winners have not been announced till autumn.

Visit the Design against Fur contest website






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Comments about Design against fur: Protect seals (U.S.)

Fur only looks good on its original owner… Please stop it….

Posted by Aslan | 15-03-2013 23:59

Comments about Design against fur: Protect seals (U.S.)

PLEASE STOP THIS BARBARIC KILLING!!! WE ARE IN A MODERN WORLD WITH SYNTHETIC CLOTHING. FUR WEARING IS A THING OF THE PAST. ONLY THE VAIN, RICH, DIVA’S OF THE WORLD TRY TO IMPRESS THE WORLD THE ARE “WORTHY” OF ANYTHING. PLEASE PLEASE STOP NOW.

Posted by Sally | 16-03-2013 01:11

Comments about Design against fur: Protect seals (U.S.)

Just evil cruelty how can any civilised country allow this to go on Answer IT COULD NOT.

Posted by sheila williams | 16-03-2013 19:15

Comments about Design against fur: Protect seals (U.S.)

Evil country

Posted by Nadia | 22-08-2013 10:20

Comments about Design against fur: Protect seals (U.S.)

PLEASE STOP THIS IS CRUEL. WE ARE SUPPOSED TO BE HUMAN WITH FEELINGS HOW CAN PEOPLE DO THIS. LIFE FOR ALL

Posted by Rosemary Shield | 22-08-2013 10:33

Comments about Design against fur: Protect seals (U.S.)

please stop !!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by doris gonen | 22-08-2013 22:19



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