Good 50x70 — 2010 Against Tiger extinction
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Associazione Culturale Good Design is a non profit organisation. Founded in 2007 by Pasquale Volpe in collaboration with Gabriella Morelli, the association follows cultural and educational purposes and it specifically aims at promulgating and supporting design applied to social issues. This project was meant to support as many social causes as possible and help charities fulfil their communication needs providing them with more suitable visuals. Over the past years the posters have included many different interpretations of each issue addressed by the briefs, so this time we want to praise your creativity by giving you the freedom to choose your own social matter. Some of you have been following us since the first edition and we know you have the inventiveness needed to spot and design the right message. For those who are new to the contest we will provide material to find inspiration and a social cause to work for. We can suggest your topic and the discussion can be followed on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Every social issue matters. This year we are open to a wider range of organizations in need of effective communication. We want to cover a broader list of issues, also the ones not included in the media’s top priorities. Meanwhile we will invite all the NGOs worldwide to contribute by proposing their projects and missions. We will also encourage you to investigate their programs and see if there is some particular case you want to deal with. You can also dedicate your submission to your local charity or be inspired by a universal social perspective. Our goal, as in the past editions, is to become a link between charities and the creative community, a place where you can say something important with an image and cast it on the network. And, naturally, we want you to be part of it.
In 2010 I was selected with my poster entry as a winner of the international competition "Good50x70" 2010. An itinerant international exhibition and a publication were made.