- Community Gardening Poster and Urban Design Planning Community Issues
Title: The Benefits of Encouraging Sustainable Organic Gardening in Home Gardens and Community Collective Gardens in Urban Canadian Locations
How can design help to promote organic farming in the Toronto area based on the growing information of its benefits to sustainability and ecological green awareness that is shaping the 21st century experience?
- After School Program Information Page (Web and Print Based) Thesis Proposal
Title: Informing Lower Income Toronto Area Families About After-School Programs in order to Increase Utilization and Creation of Diverse Public and Private Programs for 6-12 year olds.
A Research Question:
What is the best way to use design for informational and organizational purposes?
- Refugees in Canada Project:
Title: Raising Awareness or Methods of Promoting Positive Understanding of Why We Should Help Refugees Settle in Canada
How can graphic design play a role in creating a more positive nurturing environment for refugees in Canada that draws attention to their needs and to the benefits of Canada’s adopting a humanitarian and compassionate stance as a model to other societies?
Sunday, April 18, 2010
Reza Abedini graduated as a graphic designer at the school of Fine Arts in Tehran in 1985. In 1992 he received his B.A. in painting from the Tehran Art University. From 1993 onwards, Reza Abedini Studio’s reputation grew steadily along with its body of work. Recognition came first in Iran, and quickly followed in the rest of the world. His vision and work has traveled the world through exhibitions, awards and lectures. In 2006, he won the prestigious Prins Claus Prize. In 2009, he founded international design agency OrientationLab with LAVA. Abedini currently lives and works in the Netherlands.