32 Magical Photos of Ireland
Happy St. Patrick's Day! To add to your festivities, we've gathered 32 magical photos of Ireland, the birthplace of this now wacky holiday.
WWF advertising campaign where they released a series of images of endangered animals fading away into dust. This is a really nice graphical piece using a nice visual tool/metaphor. But it doesn't strike hard enough, it doesn't make me think any deeper about the message they are trying to communicate. It is to soft and to focused on looking nice to strike a human emotion to act.
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Are Greenland's Icebergs Works of Art? Or sad indictment of man's effect on climate change / greenhouse effect !! Huge areas are melting monthly / recently saw a very sad photo of a marooned polar bear on tiny , melting remnant that was initially an iceberg , far out to sea unfortunately so almost certainly died as too far to swim back to land ( even though polar bears are terrific swimmers ,even they can only swim so far and probably further out to see as no landmarks to navigate by either…
The Global Warming Effect On Art & Design: Because The World Is Melting | Yatzer
As we all know, year after year, ice is melting at both of the Earth’s poles, sea levels are rising, ecosystems are changing and species that depend on one another are becoming more and more out of sync as heat waves, floods and droughts become more common across the globe and the amount of freshwater decreases. *These are some of the most important effects of global warming on Nature which over the last few years have left their mark on the Art and Design World too!*
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What is the purpose of education? What exactly are we trying to achieve by sending kids to school for twelve years? Many people talk about reform, but Dr. David Orr, Distinguished Professor of Environmental Studies at Oberlin College, says...
The worst part of the book was when Dognut (the man incharge of everybody in the group) left a small girl in the apartment with the huge sicko they were fighting with.