San Francisco Design Week 2019
  Studio  Lundgren+Lindqvist   Country  Sweden   Description   Unite for the planet   Our contribution takes visual cues from the impactful posters and placards seen at protest rallies and manifestations. The pairing of yellow and black borrows from the visual vocabulary of warning signs, alerting the viewer of the gravity of our current situation.  The bold letters calling for unity are superimposed with the 'Raised Fist' – a symbol of solidarity and support. Ambiguously, the symbol was first used as a logotype by the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) in 1917. With industrialisation being the primary factor causing climate change and global warming, the symbol on one hand represents a plea for forceful action, while, by fractioning the underlaying letterforms, indicating that the situation was caused by our own hands.  'Think globally, unite locally' is a rewording of the phrase 'Think globally, act locally' urging people to consider the health of the planet and take action in their communities and cities. In a time when the effects of our destructive impact on the planet is becoming increasingly evident, we need to unite and take action.   Website   lundgrenlindqvist.se    How to purchase this poster  Limited editions of CommUnity posters are available at Plotnet Prints ( plotnetprints.com ).  All posters are printed 24" x 36" on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm (100% Cotton Rag paper).

Lundgren+Lindqvist

  Studio  Lundgren+Lindqvist   Country  Sweden   Description   Unite for the planet   Our contribution takes visual cues from the impactful posters and placards seen at protest rallies and manifestations. The pairing of yellow and black borrows from the visual vocabulary of warning signs, alerting the viewer of the gravity of our current situation.  The bold letters calling for unity are superimposed with the 'Raised Fist' – a symbol of solidarity and support. Ambiguously, the symbol was first used as a logotype by the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) in 1917. With industrialisation being the primary factor causing climate change and global warming, the symbol on one hand represents a plea for forceful action, while, by fractioning the underlaying letterforms, indicating that the situation was caused by our own hands.  'Think globally, unite locally' is a rewording of the phrase 'Think globally, act locally' urging people to consider the health of the planet and take action in their communities and cities. In a time when the effects of our destructive impact on the planet is becoming increasingly evident, we need to unite and take action.   Website   lundgrenlindqvist.se    How to purchase this poster  Limited editions of CommUnity posters are available at Plotnet Prints ( plotnetprints.com ).  All posters are printed 24" x 36" on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm (100% Cotton Rag paper).

Studio
Lundgren+Lindqvist

Country
Sweden

Description
Unite for the planet

Our contribution takes visual cues from the impactful posters and placards seen at protest rallies and manifestations. The pairing of yellow and black borrows from the visual vocabulary of warning signs, alerting the viewer of the gravity of our current situation.

The bold letters calling for unity are superimposed with the 'Raised Fist' – a symbol of solidarity and support. Ambiguously, the symbol was first used as a logotype by the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) in 1917. With industrialisation being the primary factor causing climate change and global warming, the symbol on one hand represents a plea for forceful action, while, by fractioning the underlaying letterforms, indicating that the situation was caused by our own hands.

'Think globally, unite locally' is a rewording of the phrase 'Think globally, act locally' urging people to consider the health of the planet and take action in their communities and cities. In a time when the effects of our destructive impact on the planet is becoming increasingly evident, we need to unite and take action.

Website
lundgrenlindqvist.se

How to purchase this poster
Limited editions of CommUnity posters are available at Plotnet Prints (plotnetprints.com).

All posters are printed 24" x 36" on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm (100% Cotton Rag paper).