- Design for social
Less Waste More Rights
I took part in 2010 design contest with Project "Take out earplugs from your ears!" In compliance with the European Directives for 2010, year of the battle against poverty and social marginalisation, the contest is aimed at giving visibility, promoting messages, as well as graphic design and industrial design projects compatible with the claim "Less Waste More Rights".
UNIVERSAL RIGHTS, RESPONSIBILITY AND SOLIDARITY, AUTONOMY, CHILDREN'S RIGHTS, IMMIGRATION, HUMAN RIGHTS, THE PLANET AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Envision Sustainable Wealth for the planet and make change. Less Waste, More Rights and plan it now! Take out earplugs from your ears!
PROJECT "Take out earplugs from your ears!"
35 cm x 50 cm Poster. Material such as: memory foam and cardboard. Disposable foam earplugs made of memory foam, which are compressed and put into the holes of cardboard, where they expand to plug it.
An earplug is a device that is meant to be inserted in the ear canal to protect the wearer's ears from loud noises or the intrusion of water, foreign bodies, dust or excessive wind. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Earplugs also help to protect ears from the pain caused by children's rights, or human rights, the planet and the environment pressure.
Project aimed at creating new objects to be realized waste and recycled material.