It's our future

    Research output: Non-textual formComposition

    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

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    author = "David Faithfull",
    note = "In contrast to the artist's book, the commissioned illustration provides a more negotiated framework for communicating ideas and issues to the public. Recognising Faithfull's commitment to environmental issues, and as part of the ‘Its our future’ campaign, the Scottish Parliament in collaboration with the Sunday Mail commissioned him to produce a series of Eco Posters highlighting the main environmental and global issues and concerns selected by the Executive as the main focus of their Green strategy. The brief was to interpret the four main policy directives of Climate Change, Energy Efficiency, Bio-diversity and Waste Management and create a visual solution presenting both the problems and the possible solutions to the Scottish public. The audience for the posters was broad, but had in particular to appeal to children aged between seven and thirteen. While a more conventional illustrative approach, the research required design approaches to be developed that emphasised engagement of issues by children, which was achieved through game play. Some of the interactive elements of Jettison were adapted and applied to Eco Posters",
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    Faithfull, D, It's our future, 2007, Composition.
    It's our future. Faithfull, David (Author). 2007.

    Research output: Non-textual formComposition

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