Tag: ‘image manipulation’
In the poster the main lines of history of the movement is presented all the way to the occupying of Finland. Besides the poster acts as the timetable for the event.
Logo propositions and illustrations for a website (http://www.aivovuoto.fi/) about brain drain and missed opportunities for the nation, who is not helping.
Occupy Helsinki organized a support event at a local bar. The event displayed audiovisual productions of the global occupy movement and brought the street atmosphere into a bar environment.
The humanist objectives of the movement needed to be separated from the classical leftist visual style. The occupy movement is non-violent and all encompassing struggle against selfishness.
The game was realized for media company Länsi-Suomi and especially for their online publication Raumalainen.fi. The game is about the players of local ice hockey team called Rauman Lukko. The players filled a questionnaire about their daily activities on the way to the evening’s match, and the answers were turned into a quiz game. The game opens a personal view to the life of an ice hockey player and makes the players and audience closer to each other.
The game was realized as a Flash movie/Actionscript hybrid (Compared to a pure Actionscript class) with heavy lean towards code and modularity.
A selection of graphical works and image manipulations.
We can all contribute to the flow of giving and sharing. If the channel is broken the ones below are the first to suffer.
All of the power is in our hands. You should be free to to do with them what ever you wish for. Why is it that we cannot give from what we have? Is it because we feel that we are too poor, or is it because we are selfish, or do we already barely live from what we can get.
How come so much is wasted then? The ones in the bottom live from the waste that is thrown away… Equalizing the flow means less wasting and more giving, a better life for everyone.
Poverty touches all levels of life, not just the poor. That poverty exists means that we are all poor. The ones who give are the richest of the world.
This poster is the call for action, and a sad display of today’s reality – but there’s hope too.