The World According to Love

Contemporary poster action with the intent of changing our view of the world and all the people living in it regardless of gender, as well as of improving our way of interacting with one another within it.
Thanks for The 4th Block Association and Oleg Veklenko and Jose Rodriguez to make it happen.

This show a part of Melbourne Design Week 2019

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Posters by: Dariush Allahyari, Iran / Damian Kłaczkiewicz, Poland
Amirhosein Rastegary, Iran / Katarzyna Zajma, Poland / Chirsten Chen, Taiwan / Huang Wenfeng, China

The 4th Block 2018


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The International Triennial of the environmental, social and eco-educational poster
“The 4th Block” is a unique event aimed at support of social and environmental ideas, upholding principles of sustainable development of the society and safe environmental policies through art and design.

Every three years since 1991, the triennial has been accumulating and visually presenting works of designers from more than 50 countries of the world, covering various social, environmental and eco-cultural issues from different angles. By means of posters in a concise, bright and understandable form, the authors not only introduce the viewer to the eco-social issues but encourage human to think in this direction. The posters, which are submitted to the collection of the Triennial “The 4th Block” are the basis of ecological and social exhibitions and campaigns constantly held in Ukraine and abroad. These works are bright motivators of struggle for purity of the environment, for development of alternative energy and for introduction of energy-saving technologies.

March, 2012 | San Jose, California | Curator: Olga Severina 

Presenting selected posters from the collection of International Eco-Poster exhibitions The 4th Block. 

eco-diology poster exhibition IMG_0500   IMG_0493

Today we are all talking about the environment. To be eco-friendly nowadays is as trendy as it was chic to drive down the street in a hotrod only a few years ago. Things changed, as they always have, but why Now and why Nature? How did it all came to be? Why do we have to be green? Maybe there is no need to be environmentally conscious? Or maybe there is more to this then just a “latest fashion”? Our exposition is trying to find answers to these questions, by analyzing the works of leading graphic designers of the day.

Kazumasa Nagai, Yoshitero Asai, Hiroyuki Matsuishi, Shin Matsunaga, So Tsutomu, Mitsuo Watanabe, Toyomasu Hideo, Naoya Murata, Takashi Akiyama  Takakita Yukiya / Japan, Abedini Reza, Pedram Harby, Saeed Behdal / Iran, Inna Kirzyk, Oksana and Andrey Chumachenko / Ukraine, Joao Machado /Portugal, Lex Drewinski / Germany, Youmin Yuan /China
Leo Lin /Taiwan

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