Zero Emissions by 2099 08–10–2021 12:49
Great collaborative and critical project. Designers can create but also destroy utopias and new imagined worlds in order to communicate messages. Online world is great place to exhitib in covid times but the real experience is irreplaceable.
Identity of The [fjúžn] festival 18–12–2020 23:55
Graphic design has the power to communicate faster and more efficient in so many times. Problems related to minorities and rise of nationalism in Slovakia are a complex issue, such festivals and their visual communication can be crucial.
The Room Call 29–08–2020 22:21
Technology is not tricky or problematic itself. Only people who use them give technologies their power to manipulate. Everyone should reconsider what purposes it should be used for. Speculative design is the great platform how to reflect this issue and motivate people to discuss it.
Memefest – Rethinking Communication 17–10–2018 11:01
There should be more posts about complex activities of this international network, maybe in more details and about specific project, books, initiatives that are linked within this group.
Wild facades 18–05–2017 19:13
This project was also one of the inspirations for the project www.projektfasady.sk. where Juraj also participated.
Thanks for your understanding 27–11–2016 16:47
I like how Miriam tried to find a solution and make people think about the inolerance in a very direct way. But it is really important to think about the timing in the process of planning, becasue we need to catch the target audience as first. Otherwise all our effort can be wasted. I propose to make the project again in rush hour and test the feedbacks again.
Something from nothing 27–11–2016 16:39
This project has a critical approach because Alica detected a problem in the skate community and tried to communicate it within the group and members of the community. I like how she tried to find a solution and suggested to create a new skate park from the waste and used an existing project as an example. As a medium she chose a brochure and its distribution at favourite skate spot in Bratislava. I also like her self reflection, because she was aware that she did not choose the right time for the implementation.
Speculative visual identity for AFAD 23–11–2021 18:49
Its hard to believe that AFAD doesn't have a history. Let's say - its short but there is one. In slovak context its quite a unique project - there is no such institution that would be so brave to be represented by such a crazy concept. The question is - how sustainable these speculative concepts are. The practical part is with a big questionmark. How will future designers use this concept? How limiting is the design manual? What if someone will not applly it correctly as the authors wished?