Creamier, designed by Atelier Dyakova
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Nausea by Jean-Paul Sartre
cover designed by Rodrigo Corral

Nausea by Jean-Paul Sartre

cover designed by Rodrigo Corral

Bidoun Magazine #25, Summer 2011, by Babak Radboy
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Bidoun Magazine #25, Summer 2011, by Babak Radboy

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Brief: Submit a proposal to improve any existing piece of design for ICON Magazine’s rethink feature.

Response: We wanted to address the problem of unsustainable fishing so we proposed a generic approach to fish packaging that could be rolled out in supermarkets We designed simple, accessible packaging that could help consumers make more educated decisions about the fish they buy, which would in turn drive down the unsustainable fishing trade. The packaging displays complex information through infographics; promoting sustainably sourced fish through the facts. And a simple traffic light colour coding system helps consumers immediately recognise which fish is unsustainably and sustainably sourced.

Rethinking fish packaging by Design by St for ICON Magazine

Draw it with your eyes closed by Project Projects

Published by Paper Monument, co-edited by Prem Krishnamurthy, and designed by Project Projects, Draw it with your eyes closed considers art education as an object of inquiry by examining its most basic form of pedagogy: the art assignment. At once questioning, criticizing, and informing the role and purpose of the assignment, the book collects a range of essays, drawings, and creative briefs from over 100 artists, writers, and educators, including: Julie Ault, John Baldessari, Martin Beck, James Benning, Liam Gillick, Christine Hill, Bob Nickas, Amie Siegel, Amy Sillman, and many more.

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Draw it with your eyes closed by Project Projects

Published by Paper Monument, co-edited by Prem Krishnamurthy, and designed by Project Projects, Draw it with your eyes closed considers art education as an object of inquiry by examining its most basic form of pedagogy: the art assignment. At once questioning, criticizing, and informing the role and purpose of the assignment, the book collects a range of essays, drawings, and creative briefs from over 100 artists, writers, and educators, including: Julie Ault, John Baldessari, Martin Beck, James Benning, Liam Gillick, Christine Hill, Bob Nickas, Amie Siegel, Amy Sillman, and many more.

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