Category Archives: signage

What does responsible travel look like?

What does responsible travel look like? I guess we could say the same for ecotourism or local travel or conscious tourism: what does it look like? The following posters were made for this year’s Responsible Tourism Week and can be … Continue reading

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Terra Madre Day and Slow Food Sabado

These are the posters I’ve made for friends in Oaxaca to introduce Terra Madre Day. You’re cordially invited to download or share these graphics.  If you’re on Flickr, you can also give the images a star to favorite them. Event … Continue reading

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July Foamboard

July foamboard as seen at the Pochimilco Market in Oaxaca Foamboard represents the economical, practical and creative lo-fi slow media. It’s part collage, part information board, part asynchronous dialogue and part catalyst for real-time, face-to-face conversation. The objective is to create a dynamic information … Continue reading

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Maori Language Week 2011

One of the challenges many indigenous languages face is getting people to use the vocabulary. So … every year since 1975 New Zealand has celebrated Maori Language Week, a time to recognize te reo Maori (the Maori language) and to integrate Maori … Continue reading

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Treasures from South Africa

When I return from a trip and unpack, the dining table looks like a midden. The following photos are some of the goodies I brought back with me. Here is what’s inspired me in Cape Town, South Africa: all sorts … Continue reading

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angels

Yesterday’s top view on my Flickr account was this graphic: Be not forgetful to entertain strangers for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. – Hebrews 13:1-2 I adore this quote but I am absolutely mystified as to how it generated … Continue reading

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Fluker Posts!

Fans and photographers of the outdoors are encouraged to check out this conversation with Martin Fluker about Fluker Posts! . It’s an awesome idea that helps park managers track the status of the trails. Martin explains how this works: Related … Continue reading

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