Using Coca-Cola as my conceptual basis, I created four prints that deals with Coca-Cola and consumerism in our society, historical and contemporary. In the illustration below, I depicted Coke as synonymous of democratic might and freedom, as witnessed in the consumption by, and symbol of, American forces during the Second World War.
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I’ve always had a weight problem. When I was at the epitome of my obesity, I weighed 180 kilograms. After years of failed diets and exercising regimes and resurgences of eating disorders, I got up one morning and staggered down the road, putting one foot in front of another as fast as possible. 73 more words
There is a famous saying that would have crossed you at one time or another, “the way you say matters more than what you say”. The true meaning of this axiom is justified when said in the context of visual communication. 479 more words
Within a short while of having my world drop out from under me -when my parents announced there imminent divorce in July 2012- I received a VCD4 project in which I can design anything I want. 39 more words