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MANIFESTO

GLENN ELLUL

ROXANNE TESTa

MATTHEW CAMILLERI

ROBERTA GRECH

CHARLENE GALEA


WHAT IS A MANIFESTO?

“A public declaration of principles, policies, or intentions, especially of a political nature”


BAUHAUS


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students should be prepared to be involved within pass production and industry The teachers should be advanced in their profession The schools of design should include various arts such as painting etc.. It’s better to learn a harder problem at school and find the industry to be easier The school should have purely creative teachers and also technical teachers to teach side by side It is essential to first learn the materials and then proceed to practical work The study of terms and techniques and materials should be the first step of development Students should not be safe but experiment with the new


MILTON GLASER


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you can only work for people you like some people are toxic avoid them less is not necessary more how you live changes your brain no aging

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if you have a choice never have a job proffesionalism is not enough or the good is the enemy of the great style is not be trusted doubt is better than certainty tell the truth


DE STIJL


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TWO DIFFERENT TYPES OF AGES - Individual and Universal, both being directed towards world war and modern art the war is destroying the individual Equal relationship between the universal and the Individual The new age (universal) is prepared to realize itself in everything, including external life Tradition, beliefs and the predominance of the individual stand in the way of this realization the founders of the new culture call upon all who believe in reform of art and culture seeks to contribute towards setting the new conception of life in a clear light


BRUCE MAU


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forget about good begin anywhere .

repeat yourself don’t clean your desk don’t borrow money make mistakes faster

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go deep keep moving stay up late stand on someone’s shoulders don’t enter awards competitions take field trips laugh


FIRST THINGS FIRST


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The first things first manifesto was written in 1963 and published in 1894 by Ken Garland it was backed by over 400 graphic designers and artists it was later updated and republished with a new group of signatories as the first things first 2000 manifesto reaching against a rich and affluent Britain of the sixties tried to re-radicalise design which had become lazy and uncritical belief that design is not a neutral, value-free process it rallied against the consumerist culture


GOOD DESIGN


GOOD DESIGN IS:

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INNOVATIVE FUNCTIONAL MAKES A PRODUCT USEFUL AESTHETIC USER ORIENTED thorough – down to the last detail engages through intrinsic motivation

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A GOOD BUSINESS intuitive HONEST LONG - LASTING unobtrusive as little design as possible focused


LIFE COMES AT YOU FAST


Life Comes At You Fast Advertising Agency - TM Advertising created in - Columbus, U.S medium - building advertisement Published - May 2007


COKE HANDS


COKE HANDS MEDIUM - BUS SHELTERS AWARDS - OUTDOOR GRAND PRIX AT CANNES INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF CREATIVITY DESIGNER - JONATHAN MAK LONG (THE STEVE JOBS SILHOUETTE APPLE DESIGNER)


KILLING THE BUDDHA


KILLING THE BUDDHA BOOK COVER DESIGN - PAUL SHARE American graphic designer book cover designer, author frequent contributor of illustrations to the New York Times


FLAWLESS


FLAWLESS POSTER DESIGN - STOCKHOLM DESIGN Created in - 2008 TYPE - MOVIE POSTER


GLOBAL WARMING CREATIVE


GLOBAL WARMING CREATIVE Advertising Agency - Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai , INDIA CAMPAIGN - YOUR SOLUTIONS HSBC Type - Interactive


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