Giclee Print of Vintage Anti-War Poster from 1968 | Etsy
Joe Simboli designed a set of War/Peace posters in 1968 in response to a call from Herb Lubalin, a well-known NYC art director for Avant Garde magazine, who was sponsoring a "No More War" contest. Deeply affected by his experience at the liberation of Ohrdruf Concentration Camp during WWII, Joe designed the posters as a reflection on the insane nature of war. The Peace design, featuring a dove with the colors of mankind in its tail, represented the USA in a worldwide UN contest. Giclee is a…
Soda - You wouldn't eat 22 packs of sugar. Why are you drinking them? - Choose Health LA
On October 5th, 2011, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health's RENEW LA County initiative launched its first-ever sugar-loaded drink awareness campaign aimed at addressing a major contributor to the county's obesity epidemic. For more information, visit www.choosehealthla.com/multimedia.
Caught Red-Handed: How Nestlé's Use of Palm Oil is Having a Devastating Impact on Rainforest, The Climate and Orang-utans
Nestlé is using palm oil from destroyed Indonesian rainforests and peatlands, in products like Kit Kat, pushing already endangered orang-utans to the brink of extinction and accelerating climate change. This report exposes how Nestlé is sourcing palm oil from suppliers, including Sinar Mas, Indonesia's largest producer of palm oil, which continue to expand into the rainforest and carbon-rich peatlands, as well as into critical orang-utan habitat.
p a n o r a m a - typo/graphic posters
p a n o r a m a is a graphic design bureau located in stuttgart (germany) with focus on conceptual design. for the development of new corporate identies, printed or digital media or something entirely different, we find solutions that are both substantial and surprising. with a rich network of photographers, moviemakers, illustrators and programmers we are looking forward to any new challenge. :www.studiopanorama.de
mandy barker collages collected debris from the japanese tsunami
UK based photographer mandy barker demonstrates the impact of the 2011 tsunami in japan through her photo collages, which have been assembled from items collected from the disaster area.