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The phrase 'consumption creates every problem' was turned around to 'does consumption create every problem'.
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consumption creates every problem
Through this statement, the reader is supposed to get into thinking.
The statement has many facets and points of view. While translating possible answers into a suitable visual format I added a triangle, which itself consists out of two elements. The triangle itself is a symbol for the vast extent of the statement. The executions represent possible annswers to the statement.

A print consisting only out of triangles is as possible as a print consisting only out of typography.

Lead typesetting, original postersize DIN A3.

Jakob Schedler
www.jakobschedler.de
Jakob Schedler