PosterDesign.shop website and web magazine communicate sale of the poster Free design. The web mag is in addition to the sale of the poster introducing the related notions social design, graphic design, and offset. 

The poster is sold as offset, digital file, and as multimedia CD-r.

PosterDesign website and mag is now out!

You can on the site download a production sheet with specifications.

The site and the poster present and document an independent and non-commercial initiative.

The Free design – poster is a part of an independent artistic and disciplinary research on social art and design, and the topic “free design”. Its research and production grew out of a workshop and collaboration with the independent curator Christiane Erharter and the international studio program OCA ISP in 2003-’04.

The poster design series Free design – poster can now be ordered at PosterDesign.shop.

The site and its web mag communicate sale of the poster design as offset and multimedia CD-r and is offering you a reading on the notions social design, graphic design, and offset.


The offset poster, and the multimedia CD-r with digital files can be ordered at PosterDesign.shop.

Related to modern utopia, relational aesthetics, eco-design, modular design, information economy, postmodernity, green design, communication theory, globalization, and the topic social design and art, is the poster design adopting its free design from a 70’s popular culture and the conceptualization of a postmodern lifestyle concept.

“Global village” has since the 90s colloquium-form-of-education been intended to be a symbol of dialogue, and attitudes about openness and dialogue-based learning across disciplines.

The concept is central in discussions about subject boundaries and has since the 60s encouraged dialogue between subject boundaries, and learning based on multi-perspective thinking, and a post-modern ideal of knowledge.

The design variants from this summer’s design and form lab are variations exploring a postmodern lifestyle concept.
They explore materials and combinations of this original design. The furniture in this picture is as the furniture in the lab, made from MDF or plywood. They are well known, art historical examples made by the North-American artist Donald Judd. As minimalist and conceptual art on the verge to design, are they also examples of the term design-art.

The lab is oriented towards the possible future of an art-space “saloon” workshop, based on its material and topical exploration.

They are made for situations within a home or private living context.
The black stool of the lab this summer is made for use in my private office-space and studio.

Stool with cover in black wool, and hank in blue and black polyester.
Post-war design such as the module design of Charles and Ray Eames is the inspiration for many artists today working with relational aesthetics, post-conceptualism, encounter-art, and/or the topic or intertext of social art and design.

The prototypes workshop and its design and form lab is questioning module design, diy design, lifestyle design, design for small spaces, urban design, home and living, Murphy’s law and more.

Murphy’s law…

My dad testing the white stol.

There are four prototypes. These are variations on the same diy-redesign.

Next week on this blog I will post pictures of the last variants.

White stool Haute Couture lab

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The definition as used above includes unmotivated gossiping and cyber punk, bias and other political or culturally motivated reasons for hacking, misinterpreting and other biased/colored interpretation of the content on this site, or/and other personal profiles online (or offline).

That includes also intermedia, social media, and how these are used.

Jenny Holzer. “Abuse of Power Comes As No Surprise” from the series “Truisms T-shirts” (1980-).

Redesign, recontext, recolor…

Remake is to put something that has been out of production, into production again. Sometimes the term is used in order to say something about non-commercial activities. Remake as a cultural activity can relate to cult and cultivation, special interest and specialization.
Up-cycling is to recycle – to recycle, update and give new life to.

Recontext

OCA ISP

Redesign

Bo Bedre

Recolor

LB/DF [Jotun]

Learning about video theory (with old video equipment): – A Closed DV Video Circuit captured with a Sony DV Handy cam creating a workspace for a social memory through relating the recording of video to a TV monitor. Widescreen, and camera lense, light, zoom, and creative dramatization of workspace.

Exploit the work force of video #SocialMemory – Explore the social tag in social media.
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