Gallery Yuhself is the logical space for a continued site on Graphic Design (see:galleryyuhself.blogspot.com) in Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribean and the World.
I would like to see this site become a resource over time and in so doing, feel free to add images and comments to assist in this loose information gathering exercise.
"We live in an increasingly digital world, but that world is fractured between many screens and interfaces. The question we wanted to try to answer with THAW was how can we combine these computer interfaces and screens into a single seamless experience."
The world’s first washing-up liquid bottle made from reclaimed ocean plastic is to go on sale in UK supermarkets later this month.
The green cleaning brand Ecover will use the launch of its new Ocean Bottle washing-up liquid to highlight the long-term dangers of dumping plastic in the sea, which is killing fish on a large scale and threatening global ecosystems.
Ecover, a Belgian company, has been working with manufacturer Logoplaste to combine plastic trawled from the sea with a plastic made from sugarcane (which it calls Plant-astic) and recycled plastic, in what it is hailing as a world-first for packaging.
Racism in advertising. This is what we’re told constantly. That our brown skin is ugly and that we can only be beautiful if we’re white.
it’s actually a result of classism. In the past, labourers spent lots of time outside in the sun and became dark-skinned from tanning while the rich could afford to stay indoors and stay fair. “Fair skin is beautiful” has been an asian mentality for centuries, long before western media had perpetuated their western standards of beauty all over the world.
Racism and classism intersect on a lot of issues like this… I don’t think you could say it’s solely one or the other.