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SWEET HOMES CHICAGO; The neighborhood Preservation Design Challenge is a regional design competition that addresses the housing crisis and other related social issues, at the neighborhood level. In cities across America, neighborhoods are struggling economically and socially because of high rates of home foreclosure and financial divestment. The Austin neighborhood on the Westside of Chicago is one example of a community that is working hard to persevere in the face of this crisis. This is a critical concern in your city and you are a designer. What will you do about it? OPEN TO

Designers from all design disciplines, urban planners, architects, and civil engineers.

AWARDS 1st prize 2nd prize 3rd prize

$2,000 $750 $500

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Submissions will be evaluated by a multidisciplinary team of jurors from the fields of design, social justice, advocacy, activism, and community development.

DETAILS

DesignMakesChange.com

LAUNCH

05. 01. 2012

SUBMISSIONS 08. 15. 2012

WINNER

09. 15. 2012

Sweet Home Chicago • Poster Contest Creation of a poster design for the 2012 Neighborhood Preservation Design Challenge “Sweet Homes Chicago” by Design Makes Change. Building good foundations and maintaining them requires attention and energy.

To grow a neighborhood, keep it friendly all we need is the basic ingredients: help each others, an heart and a few pennies just like plants need water.


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Anné Folles • Poster Appropriation of the 1920’s design and typographic style for the creation of the Houlgate city “Années Folles” event dedicated to the memory of the clothings, cars, elegance and music of the 1920’s.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN corinne_seguin@hotmail.com / +33 (0) 607 349 734

Betty Jam Street 2009 • Poster Application of the event logo ‘Betty Jam Street’. Layout and typography inspired by Art Deco era. Creation of the women skateboarder illustration to pin point the feminine aspect of the event.


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Betty Jam Street 2010 • Poster Application of the event logo ‘Betty Jam Street’. Layout and typography inspired by Art Deco era. Creation of the women skateboarder illustration to pin point the feminine aspect of the event.


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Far’n’High Eurocup 2010 • Poster Contest Creation of a poster for the Far’n’High Eurocup 2010, skateboard contest with concert. Skateboard and music are two passions that are engraved in us for life in the heart and blood.

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Rockstar Punched Energy Drink • Magazine Ad Application of the product logo and color scheme. Hand drawn typography and illustration.

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A.M. Cassandre A.M. Cassandre started his graphic design career at the age of twenty-two, working for the Hachard & Cie printing company for their poster designs. He had a great influence on the poster designers and typographers of the Art Deco in Paris. His graphic style consists on the combination of bright colors and subtile shadings, bold letters, and strong angular flat images. His work is a mix of Constructivism, synthetic Cubism and modern typefaces. To render good powerful and concise statements for commercials, he used bold and simple planes of colors to emphasize two dimension; and strong geometric forms and almost iconographic or pictorial representation of his subjects. His best quality of work were designs made for railways and steamship lines. The reader gets the message across without really need to pay attention to the type even.

Jean Carlu Jean-Carlu, after a trolley car accident changed his discipline from architecture to poster design and so contributed to the Art Deco movement. His principles was to concise messages to one word and one line to express ideas. He reduced two line in one and two words in one whenever it was possible. He is creating a feeling of tension with angles and lines as well as ease, relaxation and comfort in the curves. He vary the speed of read and assemble elements in scientific way.

Paul Colin Paul Colin started his graphic designer career in 1925. He contributed to the Art Deco style with his Jazz style with electric colors, energetic movement and it sense of perspective. He usually placed an image in the middle and layed type on top or behind it. He used variation of scale, transparency, different technique of drawing, vibrant colors and energetic layout to express joy. A good example of his work his a travel poster for Paris of 1935. The imagery takes the most part of the layout. He uses vibrant colors such as red, orange, green and yellow and overlap his simple drawing that almost summing in one shape the ideas of travel.

ATLANTA CROWN GYMNASTIC INVITATIONAL GWINETT CENTER - DULUTH, GEORGIA JANUARY 18TH TO 20TH, 2008

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History of Graphic Design • Handmade Book, Art Deco Chapter Copy writing, research of pictures, poster design, layout, cutting and binding of the book. Appropriation of the different graphic design eras to create gymnastic competition posters.


HISTORY OF GRAPHIC DESIGN Seven movements through gymnastics

Designed by Corinne Seguin

ART DECO

The Art Deco movement derived from the Art Nouveau in Europe. Its name is the abbreviation of Art Decorative, which came from the 1925 Paris exhibition called “L’Exposition Internationale des Art Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes.” Its manifesto calls for the form to follow function and decoration but also craftsmanship. The object is an element of beauty that has to be in a perfect adequation with its usage. It is a democratic art whose design is made for everyone, in mass production but meant to be with quality. Thus because their goal was to unify art with the industry. Their designs were influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement, the Egyptian and Maya art, Cubism, Russian Constructivism, Italian Futurism, Fauvism and Expressionism. Their work can be divided in two categories: one theatrical and commercial, promoting consumer items such as gramophones, radio sets, motor cars, aeroplanes, ocean going-liners, trains, cosmetics, household appliances and Hollywood movies or events such as travel, sport meeting, concert or art exhibition; and the second, dynamic, reflecting the propaganda tool for the Fascist regimes in Italy and Germany. In 1925 the Art Deco style is reflecting the impact of machines, with repetitions and images overlapping. And in 1930 streamlined forms appeared from the principles of aerodynamics. The influence of abstract art is showed by its emphasis on geometric forms and its clean pure functional look contrary to the Art Nouveau ornamental style with its complex, grounded floral motifs. The colors were bright, exuberant and playful as in Fauvism. All to inspire people with a modern optimistic life and the good times they can expect from it. The advertisement and poster campaigns had to be simple and powerful to reach a large audience. Some of the artists also created new typefaces in France, using either the juxtaposition of thick and thin element within the letter as Benton, or using decorative shading that eliminates a part of the letter. As many of the movements of this time, it expands to different disciplines such as large public buildings as the skyscrapers, furniture, lighting fixtures, book bindings or jewelry.

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A.M. Cassandre A.M. Cassandre started his graphic design career at the age of twenty-two, working for the Hachard & Cie printing company for their poster designs. He had a great influence on the poster designers and typographers of the Art Deco in Paris. His graphic style consists on the combination of bright colors and subtile shadings, bold letters, and strong angular flat images. His work is a mix of Constructivism, synthetic Cubism and modern typefaces. To render good powerful and concise statements for commercials, he used bold and simple planes of colors to emphasize two dimension; and strong geometric forms and almost iconographic or pictorial representation of his subjects. His best quality of work were designs made for railways and steamship lines. The reader gets the message across without really need to pay attention to the type even.

A.M. Cassandre. 1. Poster for Dubonnet, 1932. 2. Type specimen. 3. The Normandie Liner, a poster for Wilquin advertising, 1935.

Jean Carlu Jean-Carlu, after a trolley car accident changed his discipline from architecture to poster design and so contributed to the Art Deco movement. His principles was to concise messages to one word and one line to express ideas. He reduced two line in one and two words in one whenever it was possible. He is creating a feeling of tension with angles and lines as well as ease, relaxation and comfort in the curves. He vary the speed of read and assemble elements in scientific way.

Jean Carlu. 1. Théatre de Pigalle, catalogue photography by Germaine Kull, 1929. 2. Dentifrices Gellé Frères, poster, 1929. 3. Vanity Fair, cover, 1930.

Paul Colin Paul Colin started his graphic designer career in 1925. He contributed to the Art Deco style with his Jazz style with electric colors, energetic movement and it sense of perspective. He usually placed an image in the middle and layed type on top or behind it. He used variation of scale, transparency, different technique of drawing, vibrant colors and energetic layout to express joy. A good example of his work his a travel poster for Paris of 1935. The imagery takes the most part of the layout. He uses vibrant colors such as red, orange, green and yellow and overlap his simple drawing that almost summing in one shape the ideas of travel.

Paul Colin. 1. Advertising the ‘Black Revue’. Perhaps his most famous work. 2. Travel poster for Paris, 1935. 3. Poster, Prenez l’R, apéritif supérieur, 1933.

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The Garden of Forking Paths by Jorges L. Bores • Handmade Book Book layout inspired by the story picturing a police man researching a spy during World War II. Use of graphic elements hidden in the typography. Creation of different artefacts such as identity photo

and documents, newspaper, matchbox, train schedule, diplomas, stamp, map, diary, sketch book... Use of scan or photography to include them in the layout. Cutting and binding of the book.


for a moment; he opened a drawer of the black and gold desk. He faced me and in his hands he held a sheet of paper that had once been crimson, but was now pink and tenuous and cross-sectioned. The fame of Ts’ui Pên as a calligrapher had been justly won. I read, uncomprehendingly and with fervor, these words written with a

minute brush by a man of my blood:

I leave to the various futures (not to all) my garden of forking paths. Wordlessly, I returned the sheet. Albert continued:

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“Before unearthing this letter, I had questioned myself about the ways in which a book can be infinite. I could think of nothing other than a cyclic volume, a circular one. A book whose last page was identical with the first, a book which had the possibility of continuing indefinitely. I remembered too that night which is at the middle of the Thousand and One Nights when Scheherazade (through a magical oversight of the copyist) begins to relate word for word the story of the Thousand and One Nights, establishing the risk of coming once again to the night when she must repeat it, and thus on to infinity. I imagined as well

match box from a PUB OF london. Used by Yu Tsun to communicate discretely with other spys of Germany. [Corinne Seguin’s Archive], Chicago, IL.


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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (August 28, 1749-March 22, 1832). German poet, dramatist, novelist, theorist, humanist, scientist and painter, who lived in Weimar, Germany. Figure of German literature and European Romanticism during and around the 18th and 19th century. Author of Faust and Theory of Colours, inspired Darwin with his focus on plant morphology.

I am a cowardly man. I say it now, now that I have carried to its end a plan whose perilous nature no one can deny. I know its execution was terrible. I didn’t do it for Germany, no. I care nothing for a barbarous country which imposed upon me the abjection of being a spy. Besides, I know of a man from England --a modest man--who for me is no less great than Goethe. I talked with him for scarcely an hour, but during that hour he was Goethe . . . I did it because I sensed that the Chief somehow feared people of my race--for the innumerable ancestors who merge within me. I wanted to prove to him that a yellow man could save his armies. Besides, I had to flee from Captain Madden. His hands and his voice could call at my door at any moment. I dressed silently, bade farewell to myself in the mirror, went downstairs, scrutinized the peaceful street and went out. The station was not far from my home, but I judged it wise to take a cab. I argued that in this way I ran less risk of being recognized; the fact is that in the deserted street I felt myself visible and vulnerable, infinitely so. I remember that I told the cab driver to stop a short distance be-

TELEPHONE BOOK COVER Used by Yu Tsun to find the name of the person capable to transmit the message to the Germans. [Corinne Seguin’s Archive], Chicago, IL.


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“In every one,” I pronounced, not without a tremble to my voice, “I am grateful to you and revere you for your re-creation of the garden of Ts’ui Pên.” “Not in all,” he murmured with a smile. “Time forks perpetually toward innumerable futures. In one of them I am your enemy.”

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Once again I felt the swarming sensation of which I have spoken. It seemed to me that the humid garden that surrounded the house was infinitely saturated with invisible persons. Those persons were Albert and I, secret, busy and multiform in other dimensions of time. I raised my eyes and the tenuous nightmare dissolved. In the yellow and black garden there was only one man; but this man was as strong as a statue . . . this man was approaching along the path and he was Captain Richard Madden.

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“The future already exists,” I replied, “but I am your friend. Could I see the letter again?”

Albert rose. Standing

tall, he opened the drawer of the tall desk; for the moment his back was to me. I

had readied the revolver. I fired with extreme caution. Albert fell uncomplainingly, immediately. I swear his death was instantaneous--a lightning stroke. The rest is unreal, insignificant. Madden broke in, arrested me. I have been condemned to the gallows. I have won out abominably; I have communicat-

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LONDON TIMES COVER, Newspapers are one of the material used by spys to communicate messages during the WWI. Here is the edition of November 13th, 1916, with the corresponding article concerning the secret message. [Corinne Seguin’s Archive], Chicago, IL.


collateral design


Miller, Cooper & Co. Chicago offices On October 23, 2007, Miller Cooper opened new offices in downtown Chicago. Located at 500 West Madison St., right about Ogilvie Transportation Center, the offices are convenient for Chicago clients as well as our professionals.

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Miller Cooper • Office Poster & Moving Card Creation of the poster and invitation to promote the opening of the new office location. Realization of the illustration of the office’s building. Application of the Graphic Standard Design.

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cHicago location: 500 W. Madison, Suite 3350 Chicago, IL 60661 www.millercooper.com

Miller Cooper & Co. is pleased to announce that, due to rapid growth, we are moving our headquarters to a new location. On September 2, 2008 we will open our doors at: accountants and consultants

1751 Lake Cook Road, Suite 400 Deerfield, IL 60015

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Our telephone, fax number and web address remain the same: Phone 847.205.5000 Fax 847.205.1400 Web www.millercooper.com


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LuxMedx. • Corporate Identity Creation LuxMedx Corporate identity. Application of the Graphic Standard Design.


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Ahimsa • Corporate Identity Creation of the visual identity of Ahimsa, a Yoga instruction & Baby sling company created by Megan Kelleher. Energy and calm is the tone choosen to express the philosophy of the company.


Zarbi • Corporate Identity Creation of the brand name and identity of Zarbi, a company that produces custom watches. Realization of invitation and giveaways for the Grand Opening of the store.


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People all across America are facing a grave situation: as local shops fall out of business, the community based around the traditional center of commerce quickly fails. Neighbors become strangers; and once safe, welcoming communities become dangerous as crime rates skyrocket. Property values drop, and local economy grinds to a halt. Bring Back Mainstreet is a Political Action Committee designed to research the reasons small businesses fail, push the issues relevant to them, as well as support initiatives and policies important to re-establishing healthy locally owned and operated businesses in Illinois.

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Bring Back Main Street • Corporate Identity Development of Bring Back Mainstreet logo and incorparation of the identity on the website presentation in collaboration with Chyrel Banias.


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infographic design


City of Chicago Richard M. Daley, Mayor

Chicago Fire Department Raymond Orozco, Commissioner

SMOKE ALARMS

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ESCAPE PLAN

ELECTRIC DEVICES Have a professional electrician inspect your home’s electrical wiring system at least 10 years, and make recommended repair.

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Show all doors, windows, stairwells, and halls. Mark two escape routes per room. Designate an outside “meeting place.” practice your fire escape plan.

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plug only one cord into each electrical outlet. Avoid using extension cord. Do not overload the circuit. Make sure cords and appliances are in good shape, not cut or scratched.

HEATING

SMOKING AND CANDLES

Give space heaters space: 3 feet away from all furnishing, and you!

Check in and around furniture cushions for cigarette that may have fallen out sight.

Be careful with pets that may tip over heaters and never leave unit on while sleeping at night or when not at home.

Never smoke in bed, while drowsy, or under any medication or alcohol.

Always turn them off if you leave the room or at anytime you go to sleep.

Use large deep ashtrays for smoking debris.

Never leave smoking materials unattended. If a gas stove or oxygen source is nearby, do not smoke around it.

Have your heating systems and your chimneys checked and cleaned annually by a professional.

Soak the ashes in the ashtray before discarding them.

Store flammable liquid outside of your home or in a detached storage area or shed.

Store any matches and lighters in a locked drawer or high cabinet away from the reach of grandchildren or other youngster.

Open fireplaces can be hazardous. They should be covered with tempered glass doors and guarded by raised hearth 9 to 18 inches high. Use your range or oven for cooking only, never to heat your home.

COOKING Use oven mitts, wear protective apron and roll up sleeves when cooking. Never leave cooking unattended. Use a timer as a reminder to turn off burners and/or oven. After every cooking let stove and/or oven cool down, then clean thoroughly to prevent grease buildup. Don’t cook if you have been drinking or under medication that may cause drowsiness. Keep towels and pot holders away from the flame.

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Have a phone near you.

Do not try to catch personal possession, leave as soon as possible.

Close door between you and the smoke. Stuff towels or clothing around cracks of doors to prevent smoke from entering.

Do not use elevator.

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FIRE SAFETY PREVENTION FOR OLDER ADULTS

“I am reporting a fire at (address).” “My name is X.” “There is someone missing or still in the building.” SPEAK SLOWLY AND CLEARLY. DON’T HANG UP UNTIL MESSAGE IS CONFIRM.

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PREVENTION

City of Chicago Richard M. Daley, Mayor

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Install 15' from bedrooms in outside hallways on ceiling. 6" to 12" on wall.

Your local fire department can help you find a sprinkler contractor.

Check the button weekly. Change your batteries in spring and fall, during the time change. If hearing impaired use smoke alarms that trigger strobe light effect and/or bed vibrator.

ESCAPE PLAN

ELECTRIC DEVICES Have a professional electrician inspect your home’s electrical wiring system at least 10 years, and make recommended repair.

MAKE A fIRE ESCApE pLAN:

Show all doors, windows, stairwells, and halls. Mark two escape routes per room. Designate an outside “meeting place.” practice your fire escape plan.

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plug only one cord into each electrical outlet. Avoid using extension cord. Do not overload the circuit. Make sure cords and appliances are in good shape, not cut or scratched.

HEATING

SMOKING AND CANDLES

Give space heaters space: 3 feet away from all furnishing, and you!

Check in and around furniture cushions for cigarette that may have fallen out sight.

Be careful with pets that may tip over heaters and never leave unit on while sleeping at night or when not at home.

Never smoke in bed, while drowsy, or under any medication or alcohol.

Always turn them off if you leave the room or at anytime you go to sleep.

Use large deep ashtrays for smoking debris.

Never leave smoking materials unattended. If a gas stove or oxygen source is nearby, do not smoke around it.

Have your heating systems and your chimneys checked and cleaned annually by a professional.

Soak the ashes in the ashtray before discarding them.

Store flammable liquid outside of your home or in a detached storage area or shed.

Store any matches and lighters in a locked drawer or high cabinet away from the reach of grandchildren or other youngster.

Open fireplaces can be hazardous. They should be covered with tempered glass doors and guarded by raised hearth 9 to 18 inches high. Use your range or oven for cooking only, never to heat your home.

COOKING Use oven mitts, wear protective apron and roll up sleeves when cooking. Never leave cooking unattended. Use a timer as a reminder to turn off burners and/or oven. After every cooking let stove and/or oven cool down, then clean thoroughly to prevent grease buildup. Don’t cook if you have been drinking or under medication that may cause drowsiness. Keep towels and pot holders away from the flame.

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When deep-frying, never fill the pan more than one-third full of oil or fat. Never put foil or other metals in the microwave. Turn pot handles away from the front of the stove. If food or grease catches fire, smother the flames by sliding a lid over the pan and turning off the heat. Do not try to use water to extinguish a grease fire. If you do get burn, immediately cool it with water for at least a time of 3–5 minutes.

DO’s

DON’Ts

Have a phone near you.

Do not try to catch personal possession, leave as soon as possible.

Close door between you and the smoke. Stuff towels or clothing around cracks of doors to prevent smoke from entering.

Do not use elevator.

Stay by window, use towel or flash light to get the attention of the fire Department, if you are trapped inside.

If door is hot, do not open, go to your second exit.

feels the doors before opening. Stay as low as possible and feel the door with the back of your hand before opening. Stay low under smoke to find air. If your clothes catches on fire: stop where you are, drop to the ground, cover your face with your hands to protect against flames and roll over and over to smother the fire. Stay out and get out. Call 411.

Never go back inside when you are out. If any part of you catches on fire, do not run and do not try to extinguish flames with your hands.


SKATEBOARD TRUCK SCIENCE

T H E PA R T S : Axle nut

King pin nut

Axle washers

Top cup washer Cone bushing [grommet, cushion]

Axle This is the metal rod—that runs all the way through the hanger—where one mount its wheels and bearings. Axle specs vary by company, so a good rule of thumb is to make sure that the ends are flush against the width of the board.

Bushing These are the two colorful, rubbery doughnuts that surround the kingpin. Bushings determine the turning radius and responsiveness—this is achieved by lightening or loosening the kingpin nut, or also by selecting bushings with differing durometers. “Tight” truck are preferred for any technical skating or highspeed skating (like for Mega ramp riders), because it increases the stability of the platform but decreases the sharpness of turns. “Loose” trucks are usually preferred by free flowing or tranny skaters because one can cut back and forth very sharply (but one have to watch out for wheelbite and speed wobbles).

Pivot bushing

Hanger This is the T-shaped portion of the truck that contains the axle and fastens to the kingpin. The lengthy section of the hanger is where one lay down its grinds.

Pivot cup

Base plate Plate nut

This is the part of the truck that one fasten to his or her deck. There are three key areas to the baseplate: the mounting holes, the pivot cup, and the kingpin hole. To attach to a deck, one just align the mounting holes and make sure the kingpin of the truck faces inward.

Plate screw

Lower cup washer [build in or external] Riser pad

Kingpin

This is a thin piece of material that is placed underneath the baseplate to prevent wheelbite. Basically, it elevates the trucks and wheels away from the board—but with the use of wheels 54mm and smaller, risers are rarely needed.

This is the large bolt that holds everything together. To loosen or tighten the trucks, one just adjust the nut on the end.

SIZE CHART

How to make sure the trucks fit the deck *

DA N G E R :

SPEED WOOBLES When bombing a hill, loose trucks tend to shake violently, often chucking a rider from his or her board (not good). To prevent these “speed wobbles,” just tighten the trucks a bit, or put weight steadily over one truck and charge it. WHEELBITES During a turn, the wheel occasionally lodges into the deck, causing sudden (and unwanted) braking—this is called “wheelbite.” To prevent wheelbite, simply tighten the trucks, use smaller wheels, add riser pads, or just land bolts.

FUNCTIONS:

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Skateboard Truck Science • Infographic Poster Realization of an informative poster to explain the functioning of skateboard trucks and how they are important parts for the practice of that sport.

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and then extend a line through each axle and find where they cross, one have the minimum turning radius of his or her skateboard. The smaller the turning radius, the sharper turns one can make.


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100% Ring - Spun Combed Cotton Loops 100% Cotton / Algodon

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Wash before using. Machine wash warm with like colors. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Remove promptly. Lavar antes des usar. Lava en lavabora con agua tibia con colores similiares. No usar blanqueador. Seca en secadora, ciclo lento. Retira prontamente. Made in Pakistan/Hecho En Pakistan RN # 42000 60º

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Regenerate and hydrate the skin deeply. The facial exfoliating cleanser provides the beautifully regenerated look of a detoxifying mini-proffessional treatment.

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DAILY FAC IAL E XF OL IATING C L E ANSE R FACIAL

This exfoliating deep-cleanser process speeds cells’ natural regeneration in 2 ways: -Oxygenated derma-bead formula gently - Creamy formula with amino-peptide complex regenerates skin’s surface at the cellular level.

FORMULA ESSENTIALS;

1/2 OZ (14 g)

NIG HT CREAM

A C T IO N :

Regenerate and hydrate deeply

H O W / W H E N TO U S E ; Wet face with water. Apply product. Massage gently over face. Rinse with water. Use AM and PM. For personalized skincare advice please call 1-800-356-7748 or visit www.oé.com

CAUTION: As with all facial cleansers, avoid contact with eyes. If contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with water.

INGREDIENTS: A m in o -p e p tid e c o m p l ex + ox yge n a te d d e r m a -b e a d s

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WATER, BUTYROSPERUM PARKII (SHEA BUTTER), GLYCERYL STEARATE, GLYCERIN, POLYETHYLENE, CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, DECYL OLEATE, PEG-100 STEARATE, GLYCERYL STEARATE, C12-15 ALKYL BENZOATE, CETYL ALCOHOL, TRITICUM VULGARE (WHEAT) GERM OIL, JUGLANS REGIA (WALNUT) SHELL POWDER, POTASSIUM CETYL PHOSPHATE, PEHNOXYETHANOL, PARFUM FRAGANCE, TOCOPHEROL, XANTHAN GUM, ALLANTOIN, BENZOIC ACID, DISODIUM EDTA, DEHYDROACETIC ACID, GAULTHERIA.

Dist. by Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, OH 452032.

With essential oil of Butter Almond and Vanilla

8.0 FL OZ (236 mL)

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DAILY FAC IAL TONE R

H O W / W H E N TO U S E ; Apply with a cotton ball. Use AM and PM. For personalized skincare advice please call 1-800-356-7748 or visit www.oé.com

Refresh in a splash

CAUTION: As with all facial cleansers, avoid contact with eyes. If contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with water.

With essential oil of Butter Almond and Vanilla

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A m in o -p e p tid e c o m p l ex + ox yge n a te d d e r m a -b e a d s

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INGREDIENTS:

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Vigous Organic Soup • Package Design/Branding Creation of a mass product company for organic soup targeted to children. Creation of name, logo and package design. Soup isn’t a child thing but it’s possible to catch their

attention in the supermarket’s shelves. Children love to play and like to imagine anything alive. Vigous with its vivid colors turns the spoon into a sledge and the vegetables into little people having fun!


098241

Amount Per Serving

Calories 5

Calories from Fat 0

% Daily Value* Total Fat 0g 2% Saturated Fat 0g 0% Trans Fat 0 g 0% Cholestrol 0g 0% Sodium 48g 24% Total Carbohydrate 0 g 9% Dietary Fiber 3g Sugars 2g Protein 8 g

12% 0% 0%

Vitamin A Vitamin C Calcium Iron

25% 0% 2% 6%

*Percent Daily Value are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. 2,500 2,000 Calories: 65g 50g Total Fat Less than 20g 25g Sat Fat Less than 500mg 300mg Cholestrol Less than 2,400 mg 2,400 mg Sodium Less than 300g 575g Total Carbohydrate 25g 30g Dietary Fiber

I NGRE DI E NT S :

F ILT E R E D WAT E R , O R G A N IC E G G P L A N T S , O R G A N IC C H E R RY TO MATO E S , O R G A N IC O L IV E O IL , O R G A N IC S A LT E D B U T T E R , O R G A N IC P E P P E R A N D O R G A N IC S O U R C R E A M.

098241

Amount Per Serving

Calories 5

Calories from Fat 0

% Daily Value* Total Fat 0g 2% Saturated Fat 0g 0% Trans Fat 0 g 0% Cholesterol 0g 0% Sodium 48g 24% Total Carbohydrate 0 g 9% Dietary Fiber 3g Sugars 2g Protein 8 g

12% 0% 0%

Vitamin A Vitamin C Calcium Iron

25% 0% 2% 6%

*Percent Daily Value are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. 2,500 2,000 Calories: 65g 50g Total Fat Less than 20g 25g Sat Fat Less than 500mg 300mg Cholestrol Less than 2,400 mg 2,400 mg Sodium Less than 300g 575g Total Carbohydrate 25g 30g Dietary Fiber

MANUFACT URE F OR DI S T RI BUT I ON:

F ILT E R E D WAT E R , O R G A N I C B R O C C O L IS , ORGANIC LEEKS, ORGANIC CARROTS, O R G A N I C G A R L IC , ORGANIC TERSE, O R G A N I C S A LT E D B U T T E R , O R G A N I C C H IC K E N B R O T H AN ORGANIC SOUR CREAM.

098241

Nutrition Facts Amount Per Serving

Calories 5

Calories from Fat 0

% Daily Value* Total Fat 0g 2% Saturated Fat 0g 0% Trans Fat 0 g 0% Cholesterol 0g 0% Sodium 48g 24% Total Carbohydrate 0 g 9% Dietary Fiber 3g Sugars 2g Protein 8 g

12% 0% 0%

Vitamin A Vitamin C Calcium Iron

25% 0% 2% 6%

*Percent Daily Value are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. 2,500 2,000 Calories: 65g 50g Total Fat Less than 20g 25g Sat Fat Less than 500mg 300mg Cholestrol Less than 2,400 mg 2,400 mg Sodium Less than 300g 575g Total Carbohydrate 25g 30g Dietary Fiber

Creamy Eggplant

ORGANIC SOUP NET WT. 10 ¾ OZ. (305g)

Vigous

DO NOT ADD LIQUIDS. H E AT A N D S E RV E . MA D E WI T H N O G E N E T I C A L LY E MG I N E E R R E D INGREDIENTS.

MA N U FA C T U R E F O R DISTRIBUTION:

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F ILT E R E D WAT E R , O R G A N I C TO M ATO E S , O R G A N I C C E L E RY, ORGANIC ONIONS, O R G A N I C G A R L IC , ORGANIC THYM, ORGANIC LAUREL, O R G A N I C O L IV E O IL , O R G A N I C S A LT E D B U T T E R , ORGANIC PEPPER A N D O R G A N IC S O U R C R E A M .

Creamy Mushroom

ORGANIC SOUP NET WT. 10 ¾ OZ. (305g)

Vigous

DO NOT ADD LIQUIDS. H E AT A N D S E RV E . MA D E WI T H N O G E N E T I C A L LY E MG I N E E R R E D INGREDIENTS.

MA N U FA C T U R E F O R DISTRIBUTION:

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Vigous engages specially for your health in carefully selecting the organic vegetables, cooking without food-coloring substance and with a precisely studied in salt potency, and providing vitamins and fibers that your body needs. The vegetables are lightly simmered with fresh herbs and sumptuous seasoning. Then they are purée and package to maintain the garden fresh taste.Vigous’s soups are prepared with the same care, as you would use in your own kitchen.

A t Vi g o u s w e a r e p a s s i o n a t e a b o u t q u a l i t y. I f y o u h a v e a n y q u e s t i o n s o r c o mme n t s , p l e a se c o n t a c t u s . Call 1-800-648-2246 or write to our Customer Satisfaction to: Vi g o u s C o n s u me r R e l a ti o n s 4 6 0 0 S l e e p y t i me D r. , B o u l d e r, C O 8 0 3 0 1 . Vi s i t o u r w e b s i t e w w w. v i g o u s s o u p . c o m . P l e a s e i n d i c a t e m a n u f a c t u re d c o d e d a t e and UPC.

NO GMOs

Home delicious pure tasty sensations.

Vigous engages specially for your health in carefully selecting the organic vegetables, cooking without food-coloring substance and with a precisely studied in salt potency, and providing vitamins and fibers that your body needs. The vegetables are lightly simmered with fresh herbs and sumptuous seasoning. Then they are purée and package to maintain the garden fresh taste.Vigous’s soups are prepared with the same care, as you would use in your own kitchen. S U G G E S T I O N S : S E RV E W I T H S O M E F R E S H O R G A N I C PA R ME S A N O R S O M E O R G A N I C “C R O Û TO N S ”

Creamy Tomato

A t Vi g o u s w e a r e p a s s i o n a t e a b o u t q u a l i t y. I f y o u h a ve a n y q u e s t i o n s o r c o mme n t s , p l e a s e c o n t a c t u s . C a l l 1 - 8 0 0 - 6 4 8 - 2 24 6 o r w r i t e t o o u r C us t o m e r S a t i s f a c t i o n t o : Vi g o u s C o n s u mer R e l a ti o n s 4 6 0 0 S l e e p y t i me D r. , B o u l d e r, C O 8 0 3 0 1 . Vi s i t o u r w e b s i t e w w w. v i g o u s s o u p . c o m . P l e a s e i n d i c a t e m a n u f a c t u re d c o d e d a t e and UPC.

NET WT. 10 ¾ OZ. (305g)

NO GMOs

© 2007 The Haim Celestial Group, Inc.

Caution: Metal edges are sharp. Recommend use by date on can end. Promptly refrigerate unused soup in seperate container

Home delicious pure tasty sensations.

Tr y it and you will love it.

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CERTIFIED ORGANIC BY QUALITY ASSURANCE 9QAI0

Directions: Shake well. Stove Top: In a saucepan, heat on medium. Stir frequently. Microwave: Pour covered, into microwave safe bowl. Heat for 1 minute on high. Stir and repeat.

NO GMOs

S U G G E S T I O N S : S E RV E W I T H S O M E F R E S H O R G A N I C PA R ME S A N O R S O M E O R G A N I C “C R O Û TO N S ”

CERTIFIED ORGANIC BY QUALITY ASSURANCE 9QAI0

INGREDIENTS:

A t Vigous we are p a ssi o n a t e a b o u t qualit y. I f y ou have a n y q u e st i o n s o r c omment s , please co n t a ct u s. Call 1-800-648-2 2 4 6 or writ e t o our Cu st o m e r Sa t i sf a ct i o n t o : Vi g o u s Co n su me r R e l a t i ons 4 6 0 0 S l eep yti me Dr. , B oul de r, C O 8 0 3 0 1 . Vis it our webs it e www. v i gous s oup. c om . P leas e indic at e ma n u f a ct u r e d co d e d a t e and UP C.

Tr y it and you will love it.

V I G O U S C O M PA N Y, A D IV I S IO N O F T H E H A I N C L E S TA L G R O U P, IN C ., M E LV IL L E , N Y 11 7 4 7 U S A

Caution: Metal edges are sharp. Recommend use by date on can end. Promptly refrigerate unused soup in seperate container

Vigous engages specially for your health in carefully selecting the organic vegetables, cooking without food-coloring substance and with a precisely studied in salt potency, and providing vitamins and fibers that your body needs. The vegetables are lightly simmered with fresh herbs and sumptuous seasoning. Then they are purée and package to maintain the garden fresh taste.Vigous’s soups are prepared with the same care, as you would use in your own kitchen. S UGGE S T I ONS : SERVE W I TH SOM E FR ESH O R G AN I C PA RME S A N OR S O M E O R G AN I C “ C R OÛ TO N S”

CERTIFIED ORGANIC BY QUALITY ASSURANCE 9QAI0

INGREDIENTS:

Home delicious pure tasty sensations.

Tr y it and you will love it.

© 2007 The Haim Celestial Group, Inc.

Directions: Shake well. Stove Top: In a saucepan, heat on medium. Stir frequently. Microwave: Pour covered, into microwave safe bowl. Heat for 1 minute on high. Stir and repeat.

Serving Size 1 Cup (240ml) Servings Per Container About 2 31

Vigous

V IG O U S C O M PA N Y, A D IV IS IO N O F T H E H A IN C L E S TA L G R O U P, IN C ., M E LV IL L E , N Y 11 7 4 7 U S A

Caution: Metal edges are sharp. Recommend use by date on can end. Promptly refrigerate unused soup in seperate container

Nutrition Facts

NET WT. 10 ¾ OZ. (305g)

DO NOT ADD L I QUI DS . HE AT AND S E RV E . MADE W I T H NO GE NE T I CAL LY E MGI NE E RRE D I NGRE DI E NT S .

Directions: Shake well. Stove Top: In a saucepan, heat on medium. Stir frequently. Microwave: Pour covered, into microwave safe bowl. Heat for 1 minute on high. Stir and repeat.

Serving Size 1 Cup (240ml) Servings Per Container About 2 31

Creamy Broccoli

ORGANIC SOUP

A t Vigous we are p a ssi o n a t e a b o u t qualit y. I f y ou have a n y q u e st i o n s o r c omment s , please co n t a ct u s. Call 1-800-648-2 2 4 6 or writ e t o our Cu st o m e r Sa t i sf a ct i o n t o : Vi g o u s Co n su me r R e l a t i ons 4 6 0 0 S l eep yti me Dr. , B oul de r, C O 8 0 3 0 1 . Vis it our webs it e www. v i gous s oup. c om . P leas e indic at e ma n u f a ct u r e d co d e d a t e and UP C.

8622-4844-6

Caution: Metal edges are sharp. Recommend use by date on can end. Promptly refrigerate unused soup in seperate container

Nutrition Facts

S UGGE S T I ONS : SERVE W I TH SOM E FR ESH O R G AN I C PA RME S A N OR S O M E O R G AN I C “ C R OÛ TO N S”

© 2007 The Haim Celestial Group, Inc.

Directions: Shake well. Stove Top: In a saucepan, heat on medium. Stir frequently. Microwave: Pour covered, into microwave safe bowl. Heat for 1 minute on high. Stir and repeat.

Serving Size 1 Cup (240ml) Servings Per Container About 2 31

Tr y it and you will love it.

CERTIFIED ORGANIC BY QUALITY ASSURANCE 9QAI0

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*Percent Daily Value are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. 2,500 2,000 Calories: 65g 50g Total Fat Less than 20g 25g Sat Fat Less than 500mg 300mg Cholestrol Less than 2,400 mg 2,400 mg Sodium Less than 300g 575g Total Carbohydrate 25g 30g Dietary Fiber

MANUFACT URE F OR DI S T RI BUT I ON:

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12% 0% 0%

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Dietary Fiber 3g Sugars 2g Protein 8 g

Vigous engages specially for your health in carefully selecting the organic vegetables, cooking without food-coloring substance and with a precisely studied in salt potency, and providing vitamins and fibers that your body needs. The vegetables are lightly simmered with fresh herbs and sumptuous seasoning. Then they are purée and package to maintain the garden fresh taste.Vigous’s soups are prepared with the same care, as you would use in your own kitchen.

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% Daily Value* Total Fat 0g 2% Saturated Fat 0g 0% Trans Fat 0 g 0% Cholestrol 0g 0% Sodium 48g 24% Total Carbohydrate 0 g 9%

Vigous

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Calories from Fat 0

Home delicious pure tasty sensations.

ORGANIC SOUP

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Betty Jam Snow 2010 association i’m a Girl

Plan de communication Politique de communication de l’aSSociation « i’m a Girl » ............................. 5 communication médiaS ............................................................................. 5 Presse Internet vidéos communication horS-médiaS ................................................................... 6 evénementiel : Betty jam Snow

réaliSation du Betty Jam Snow 2010 ................... 9

Sommaire

SeS diScourS................................................................................................... 5

le concePt ..................................................................................................... 9 la ciBle ............................................................................................................ 9 hiStorique ...................................................................................................... 10 un Soutien relation PreSSe PuiSSant ..................................................... 10 un Plan média Solide .................................................................................. 11

miSe en Place de l’évènement ................................13 leS diverSeS oPérationS.............................................................................. 13 leS PartenaireS ............................................................................................. 13 le choix de la Station ................................................................................ 14 la Partie loGiStique..................................................................................... 18

l’imaGe « i’m a Girl » à l’évènement ......................21 FacteurS SuccèS ........................................................................................... 21 Couverture Hélène Bourdon / helene@imagirl.fr MISe eN PAGe Corinne Séguin / corinneseguin@imagirl.fr

contactS ........................................................................................................ 21

concluSion ................................................................23

Betty Jam Snow 2010 • Communication Plan Realization of the layout taking into account the graphic quality of Hélène Bourdon poster. This Communication Plan presents the association I’m a Girl, the event Betty Jam Snow (concept, history,

location, communication before/on sit/after, success) and the different partners. Creation of graphs. Collaboration with Julie Chartrou for copy writing.


miSe en Place de l’évènement

miSe en Place de l’évènement

leS diverSeS oPérationS

Lors de cette 4ème édition du Betty Jam Snow, 9 partenaires ont acceptés de nous soutenir et de s’associer à l’évènement. Un village sera mis en place sur le site de l’évènement permettant une meilleure visibilité de nos partenaires. leS PartenaireS Nikita

La célèbre marque de vêtements streetwear féminin s’associe de nouveau avec le Betty Jam Snow après une année d’absence. Toujours à la recherche de nouveaux talents, Nikita est associé au monde de la glisse, et a toujours encouragé au travers de ses collections et de son état d’esprit, le dépassement de soi. Nikita a souhaité concrétiser les valeurs qu’elle véhicule en s’associant avec le Betty Jam Snow. Les ettes

La célèbre marque internationale de cosmétiques accompagne le style de vie que sont les sports de glisse. Profondément soucieux de l’environnement, Les Ettes, ont choisi de nous accompagner pour la 3ème année consécutive. truc de Fou

Boisson énergisante partenaire de nombreux évènements et sportifs de spots de glisse.

Mountain ride

Association basée à Toulouse qui travaille auprès des professionnels et du grand public pour promouvoir le développement durable pour les stations de montagne.

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Keep a Breast

Association dont l’objectif est « d’éradiquer le cancer du sein » en essayant d’éduquer les jeunes sur les méthodes de prévention, une détection précoce et en leur apportant un soutien. Grâce à des expositions artistiques, des programmes d’éducation et l’organisation d’évènements afin de récolter des fonds. Lockwood skateshop

Basé sur Albi, le shop porte son soutien au Betty Jam depuis 2009.

Saint Lary Soulan Pyrénées Saint Lary Brown Bears

Snowboard club de St Lary Soulan Boardladies.com

L’ouverture à l’International visée au plan marketing par Saint Lary implique une cohérence touristique à tous les niveaux d’altitude du site. La fiabilité de l’offre neige pyrénéenne implique une plus forte professionnalisation des hébergements anciens. De plus, St Lary propose un domaine unique tant par ses grands espaces que par des équipements. Le domaine reste vaste pour les skieurs confirmés et il est élu domicile par les familles autour du jardin des neiges. Les amoureux du snowboard et de freestyle sont servis avec un snowpark qui propose des modules pour tous les niveaux. Un spécialiste assure l’entretien de ce lieu à l’ambition du très sympathique club des Brown Bears.

Site internet spécialisé dans les sports de glisse féminins. Les partenaires du Betty Jam Snow ont toujours encouragé au travers de leur communication le dépassement de soi. Ces marques ont souhaité concrétiser les valeurs qu’elles véhiculent en s’associant à notre évènement.

Caractéristiques du domaine skiable

100 kms de pistes 700 ha de domaine skiable 250 enneigeurs 31 remontées mécaniques

le choix de la Station

Saint Lary village connaît une phase de dynamisme indéniable au plan des pistes de skis et de son activité thermale. Le domaine skiable est le 2ème domaine pyrénéen et connaît une évolution très significative, offrant des potentiels de ski en constante progression, sur des ambiances de glisse variées.

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leS hauteS-PyrénéeS 1er département touristique de midi-pyrénées

AuGMeNtAtIoN Du NoMBre De jourNéeS SKIeurS

ski (9 stations de ski de piste) thermalisme (8 stations thermales) sites naturels prestigieux et préserves (Cirque de Gavarnie, Pic du Midi de Bigorre, réserve Naturelle du Néouvielle, Parc National des Pyrénées...) Lourdes centre mondial de pélerinages, 2ième ville hôtelière de France, accueille 5,5 millions de visiteurs par an. Premier département touristique de Midi-Pyrénées, les Hautes-Pyrénées comptent Plus de 6 millions de visiteurs par an, dont 1 million d’étrangers StAtIoNS De SKI De PISte Chiffre d’affaires en milliers d’euros Station de ski

2004/2005

StAtIoNS tHerMALeS Fréquentation des stations thermales en 2005 Stations thermales

Curistes

Courts séjours

entrées détente

tourmalet

12 391

Argelès-Gazot

1185

858

nd

Saint-Lary

11 775

Bagnères de Bigorre

8122

395

108 989

Peyragudes

7 291

Barègnes-Barzon

2427

980

23 511

Cauterets

4 879

Beaucens

603

32

38

Caprem-les Bains

4190

131

Luc Ardiden

3 970

Cauterets

6223

108

19147

val Louron

Piau engaly

1 093

4 806

Loudervelle

nd

nd

103 843

620

Luz-Saint-Sauveur

1804

1539

21 574

Hautacam

440

Saint-Lary-Soulan

22 15

4483

32 745

total

20775

8480

310 042

47 265

Les Hautes-Pyrénées concentrent 70,3% des activités de détente et d thermoludisme de Midi-Pyrénnées

en milllier

en %

Nombre de journée skieurs Saison 2006-2007 Arlège

évolution

Saison 2006-2008

358

373

+4,2

Hautes-Garonnes

660

616

+9,8

Hautes-Pyrénnées

1 748

1 943

+11,2

total Midi-Pyrénnées

2 666

2 931

+9,9

total Massif-Pyrénnéen

4 186

4 549

+8,7

Sources : Suivi économique sur l’activité des remontées mécaniques (SNtF) / Confédération Pyrénéenne du tourisme

LeS vACANCeS De FévrIer rePréSeNteNt PLuS D’uN tIerS DeS SKIeurS répartition par période des journées skieurs 2007-2008 14% 30%

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Gavarrie total

Nombre de journées skieurs des stations de ski de piste de Midi-Pyrénées

Début de saison + vacances de Noël / Nouvel An Période intervacances de janvier vacances de février Mars et vacances de Pâques

36% 20%

Sources : Suivi économique sur l’activité des remontées mécaniques (SNtF) / Confédération Pyrénéenne du tourisme

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Betty Jam & Association i’m a Girl

Communiqué de presse Andrésy, le 18 février 2010

reCord de pArtiCipAntes! pour LA 4 ième édition du Betty JAm snow CETTE 4ième édITION du BETTy JAM SNOw a été un franc succès ce week-end du 13-14 février 2010, à St Lary Soulan. Le soleil était au rendez vous tout au long de l’évènement et le nombre de participantes a explosé. En effet, 18 filles sont venues se mesurer entre elles pour cette compétition. Âgées de 9 ans à 30 ans, dont une espagnole, les filles ont su s���amuser tout en donnant le meilleur d’elle-même, de quoi impressionner les garçons. La compétition était encadrée par deux juges masculins, édouard Guiounet de l’association I’m a Girl et dylan Lecoint Fernandez-dindelli. Les filles se sont affrontées en deux passages qualificatifs, un sur le Big Air et l’autre sur les Rails pour arriver en finale. Cette compétition n’entre dans aucun circuit mais sert aux filles amatrices de s’évaluer entre elles, dans la joie et la bonne humeur. Grâce à cet événement, elles ont pu se rencontrer, s’entraider et se surpasser. La compétition finie les filles se sont réunies à l’ICC, Izar Café Central, pour la remise des prix. dimanche, les filles se sont retrouvées pour une journée libre et pour faire quelques photos en compagnie de Martin Fontvieille et david Anglade de l’association Moutain Riders et élisa Routa de l’association Keep A Breast. LES GAGNANTES SKI AFFICHE Hélène Bourdon helene@imagirl.fr MISE EN PAGE Corinne Séguin corinneseguin@imagirl.fr PHOTOS Elisa Routa elisa.routa@hotmail.com Corinne Séguin corinneseguin@imagirl.fr

1- Anaelle Setau 2- Laura dabat 3- Magali Bonneau SNOw

1- Céline Glachant 2- Chloé Sillières 3- Géraldine Prat uN GRANd MERCI À LA STATION AINSI Qu’Au PERSONNEL du SNOwPARK dE ST LARy-SOuLAN ET Aux AuTRES SPONSORS Keep a Breast, Boardladies, Nikita, Les Ettes, Lockwood, Mountain Riders, Truc de Fou, Brown Bears, Altiservice, uCPA et biensûr à l’association I’m a Girl organisatrice

ContACt reLAtions presses Cécile Calmès / cecile-calmes@imagirl.fr / 06 79 42 61 79 / www.imagirl.fr

Betty Jam Snow 2010 • Press Release Realization of layout which take into account the graphic quality of Hélène Bourdon poster. Photos by Élisa Routa and Corinne Séguin. Collaboration with Cécile Calmès for copy writing.


Betty Jam Snow 2010 Association I’m a Girl

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Betty Jam Snow 2010 • Press Book Realization of layout which take into account the graphic quality of Hélène Bourdon poster. This Press Book presents all the websites who featured the Betty Jam Snow 2010.

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Volcom Inc. Annual Report 2008 Volcom Inc.

Annual Report 2008

Volcom Inc. • Annual Report Redesign Layout of the Annual Report. Creation of illustrations and realization of photography.


PUSH PRODUCTS PRODUCTS

We design and distribute an innovative collection of young mens and young womens clothing, footwear and all the accessories inspired by the boardsports of skateboarding, snowboarding and surfing. Our products are created for participants in these sports, as well as those who affiliate themselves with the broader action sports lifestyle. All of our clothes and accessories are sold under the Volcom brand and typically retail at premium prices. We have six primary product categories: mens, girls, boys, footwear, girls swim and snow. The principal products sold within these categories are:

T-Shirts and Fleece.

Tops and Jackets.

We believe our prints and designs distinguish our t-shirts and fleece from those of our competitors and are staple items for our consumers. The majority of these items display a distinctive art style, utilizing unique treatments, placements of screened images, designs and embroideries. On some of our t-shirts and fleece, we promote our Featured Artist Series, a program in which we work closely with boardsports athletes and relevant artists associated with our target market to design certain products. Most pieces prominently display either the Volcom name or the Volcom Stone logo. The typical U.S. retail price for our t-shirts ranges from approximately $19 to $32, and from approximately $36 to $86 for our fleece.

Our knit and woven tops and casual jackets are recognizable f or their bold and creative styling. Many of our designs are built on traditional fashions, with a distinctive Volcom image or style feature that creates a distinguishing look our consumers have come to expect. The typical U.S. retail price for these items ranges from approximately $29 to $64 for knit and woven tops and around $60 to $150 for a casual jacket.

2007 PRODUCT REVENUE BY CATEGORY

Bottoms. We design a variety of casual and dress pants, shorts and skirts. Our bottoms are generally made using cotton or cotton-blend fabrics. Our bottoms are designed to be both functional and distinctive and generally have one or more elements that provide a unique Volcom look. The typical U.S. retail price for our bottoms ranges from approximately $42 to $58 for shorts or skirts and around $50 to $64 for our usual casual dress pants.

Denim. We first introduced our Volcom brand jeans in 1993 and they have become one of our most popular product lines. The design and construction of all of our denim products is directly influenced by our skateboard team.We offer denim products in a variety of washes and fits to suit individual preferences for appearance and functionality. The typical U.S. retail price for our denim products ranges from approximately $60 to $152.

GiRLS 29%

SNOW 8%

Boardshorts. We introduced our boardshorts line in 1992. Our boardshorts are designed with input from our surf team and incorporate technical features such as mesh paneling and also enhanced waterproof zipper fly technology. Our boardshorts are known for their art inspired prints and unique embellishments. The typical U.S. retail price forour boardshorts ranges from approximately $48 to $64.

BOYS 8% FOOTWEAR 2% GIRLS SWIM 1% OTHER 1%

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VOLCOM & SUBSIDIARIES 2008 ANNUAL REPORT

Outerwear. MENS 51%

All of our outerwear products, which were introduced in 2000, consist of technically advanced jackets and pants that are designed to meet the demands of snowboarding. All our outerwear is designed with a number of technical features and fabrics and also includes significant input from our snowboard team. Some of


« When you’re creating your bike you’re either or

“tricking it out”

“pimping it” »

www.dfialternativerevolution.com

Pimp my Bike • Article Layout for DFi Magazine Layout of the article. Creation of illustrations.

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PIMP MY BIKE The

Lowrider bike is not really mean for riding, but rather for display, as all enthusiasts create works of art using chrome, sound, and pain. The possibilities are completly endless. Most people buy bikes in order to be able to get around - or to have fun biking cross-country or downhill. However, there’s a new rage on the scene, people who like to trick out their bikes - bikes called low riders — and then display them everywhere. The lowrider bike looks exactly as you think it would from the name — the seat is set low to the ground and all of the handlebars are typically higher than the head, indeed they can remind you of “chopper” motorcycles - indeed some are decorated to look exactly like a motorcycle - right down to the faux gas tank. When it comes to creating a lowrider and its cool look, the only limit is the imagination. When I say it’s a rage, I mean just that. People have been known to spend thousands of dollars on their lowrider, adding sound systems, hand painted murals, and even hydraulics. They delight in using excessive chrome, overspoked wheels and even fur. They put two mirrors on each side of the handlebars, spare tires on the back...oh, all kinds of things. To get an idea of what a lowrider looks like, visit the web, as there are many sites that display these creations. <www.lowrider.com> was one of the first on the scene, as you can tell from the domain name, as well as <<www. lowrider.com>. There are many more including <http://www.lovelylowrider.

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com/>; and there is also <http://www. streetlowrider.com/>;.The TV character Eddie Munster, from the 1960s TV show “The Munsters” is regarded as the “founder” of the lowrider bike craze. He rode a George Barris customized Schwinn Stingray. (George Barris is most famous for his car customasations — he created the 1960s Batmobile, for example.) However, these types of bikes fell out of fashion in the 1980s, when the BMX and mountain bikes came into use in got popular. Lowriders came back into favor in the 1990s, when Chicano neighborhoods in California revived the hobby, and it quickly caught on in the urban areas of the country. Lowrider Lingo As with any other hobby, the great enthusiasts have devised their own terminology for their bikes. Those tall upwardswept handlebars are known as apehangers. When you’re creating your bike you’re either “tricking it out” or “pimping it.” “Pimped to the max” means there’s absolutely nothing more you can add to it. The future of the hobby Lowriding is still pretty much a neighborhood thing - or enthusiasts might gather where there is a great local car show, but there has yet to be an annual competition or major venue where lowriders can exhibit their bikes to the general public as in any other related competitions.

PEoPlE havE BEEn Known To sPEnd Thousands ofdollars on ThEIr lowrIdEr, addIng sound sYsTEMs, handPaInTEd Murals, and EvEnhYdrallIcs

« When you’re creating your bike you’re either or

“tricking it out”

“pimping it” »

Alastair Hamilton.

www.dfialternativerevolution.com

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COVIDIEN, COVIDIEN with logo, Covidien logo and “positive results for life” are U.S. and/or internationally registered trademarks of Covidien AG. All other brands are trademarks of a Covidien company. © 2009 Covidien. All rights reserved. - C-InfoAboutCOVIDIEN/GB - 08/2009

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About

Covidien

a hiStorY oF innovation

Many respected brands. One committed company.

With that in mind, we have outlined the following strategic initiatives:

At Covidien, we’re passionate about making doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other medical professionals as effective as they can be. From Autosuture

Focus on Growth

to Valleylab, from Kendall to Mallinckrodt, our industry-leading brands are

Commitment to Innovation

known worldwide for uncompromising quality.

Leveraging Our Global Structure

Driving Operational Excellence

Increased Portfolio Management

Through ongoing collaboration with medical professionals and organizations, we identify clinical needs and translate them into proven products and

We’re confident that we will succeed in these areas because of our core strengths:

procedures. Over the years, we’ve pioneered a number of medical advances including contrast media, pulse oximetry, electrosurgery, surgical stapling

Scale, product diversity and reach. As one of the largest global manufacturers

and marketers in the healthcare industry, our scale and diversity allow us to

and laparoscopic instrumentation.

invest wisely in infrastructure and technology and to develop lower cost sources

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of supply and global distribution. We offer products in a number of high growth

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wouldn’t be possible without the dedication of our 41,000 employees, who

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live in 59 countries. More than two-thirds of our colleagues work in 60 manufacturing facilities, located in 16 countries. In addition, more than 4,800 sales representatives in more than 50 countries meet our

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we are committed to Six Sigma, Design for Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing and strategic sourcing initiatives to ensure product availability. We employ strict

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Puritan Bennett

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highest standards of ethical conduct.

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a part of our future. In keeping with our strategic focus, each falls into one of four business segments: Medical Devices, Medical Supplies, Imaging Solutions and Pharmaceutical Products.

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Mallinckrodt, Nellcor, Puritan Bennett, Syneture and Valleylab are also very much

customers and our shareholders.

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communities and our employees and to

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efficiency filtration and humidifaction for

healthcare problems.

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clinical leadership and excellence in everything we do.

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Sk8 • Sculpture for ‘Architypo’ STA/AI Exhibition Creation of a 3-D letters sculpture. Mixed media: recycled skateboard material (griptapes, boards, wheels, skateboard magazines), use of wood, chain and acrylic paint.

Collaborators Jessie Neuhaus, Carlos Cantu, Junebug, Chyrel Banias and Megan Banias. Photos by Carlos Cantu and Corinne Séguin.


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