Designers are seen to be a catalyst in saving the planet, and are expected tochange their design style, and limit their creativity, in an attempt to besustainable. However, in many cases, these attempts are not nearly aseffective as they are claimed to be.
On top of that, the rise in digital communications has changed the world’srelationship with paper. Print is widely seen to be dead, or dying. However,print is an amazing communicator, and has values that computers and otherelectronic devices will never be able to compete with.
My newspaper, entitled “Print Is Not Dead” is part of an exploration into the topics surrounding sustainability, inrelation to graphic designers. The aim of the newspaper is to give analternative view to sustainability, and to show why print remains to be apowerful, yet fun, communicator, with a strong message told in few words.
This work was exhibited at the AUT University AD12 Graphic Graduate show in November 2012.
If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the newspaper, please contact me. Thanks.