Dec 18, 2011
If I had the choice of taking a piece from the New York Museum of Modern Art‘s collection, it would be this chest of drawers made by Dutch designer Tejo Remy in 1991. Aptly called “You Can’t Lay Down Your Memory”, the dresser is featured as part of the Standard Deviations exhibition of objects and designs in the Museum’s collection that belong to families. It’s made...
Aug 20, 2011
Self-esteem is what a person thinks of their own self-worth. It includes beliefs and emotions, and is reflected by behavior.
In today’s world, girls and women are supposed to follow ideals of beauty, appearance and weight, imposed by multiple interconnecting industries that benefit from making them feel bad about themselves. The more women hate their bodies, the more they can buy dieting products...
Nov 27, 2010
November 27 is Buy Nothing Day against consumerist capitalism. I made these illustrations and will be thinking twice before I take out one Lira from my purse. There are several ways you too can take part in this Carnivalesque Rebellion as Adbusters magazine called it:
Turn off your lights
Disconnect your television
Lose your cellphone
Walk away from the Internet
Ride a bike instead of using your car