Graphic design, Wasteful consumption, Environmental advocacy
Graphic Design is visual communication. It uses type, images, colors, and lines to create visual representations of ideas. Sometimes these ideas are small, like a logo and business card for a small company, other times these ideas are big, like MTV graphics or packaging for Pepsi. In either case, graphic design is producing and reproducing culture. The decisions of designers have the potential for great and varied influences.
Giswold, Kelsi, "Graphic Design as Environmental Advocate: A Project on Graphic Design and Electronic Waste" (2003). WWU Honors Program Senior Projects. 154.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Graphic arts; Electronic industries--Waste disposal--Environmental aspects; Hazardous wastes--Environmental aspects--Developing countries
student projects; term papers
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