Third-year Visual Communication students were asked to consider how the lifestyles and businesses unique to the EBD might be communicated to a larger audience through branding, logo and identity.
Dr. Brad Haylock
Nero is a promotional campaign for a public arts project that communicates carbon emissions.
A bike-share system for the EBD and its surrounds.
Indicators and incentives for tracking personal consumption of shared resources.
Capturing energy everywhere possible.
Iconic? Yes. Sustainable?
Sustainable practices need to be able to question “normality”.
Visible Water Tanks
Using colours to show where water is harvested and how it’s re-used in the EBD.
More Than Once
Re-usable supermarket packaging.
Urban agriculture in the community.
Wear Woolly Socks
Rethink energy consumption. Rethink community.
Tall is a cafe which grows all of its own produce on and off site in vertical gardens.
The Rooftop Garden Initiative
Rooftops + agriculture = EBD Public Gardens
A public bike system specifically for the EBD
Reducing food-mile impacts comprehensively through smart services.