July 5, 2007

Global Design


A poster. Thoughts? Want one?

9 comments:

Scott Zero said...

I am looking forward to buying a fuel cell car as soon as I can. Technology can improve the world!

Peter said...

Not sure I get this one - more gasoline means peace?

(I am giving my old Kia to Mr. Nada Surf and getting a Prius - but thst doesn't help much either, since up to now he's been using his bicycle)

Kiersten said...

because if we have oil, we don't need to go to war to get some, right? lol, I like it because it's ironic, because more gasoline doesn't necessarily mean peace in the holistic sense.

Also, I also LOVE that I can always be sure that you and scott are eating well, judging by your blogs. God, I want pie.

Sarah Erin said...

You got it, Kiersten!

And Peter, at least you aren't driving a big old SUV. And it seems to me that you do a fair amount of walking, too, no?

I'm anxious for the day I can afford to sell my Acura for a smaller, more fuel efficient car. For the environment and for my pocketbook.

Peter said...

Kiersten - a good way of looking at it. Trouble is, if we use it up too quickly we have to go to war again, and we are using it up, and we are being pushed into (kept at) war because of it, in one way or another. I guess you could read all that from Sarah's design.

Sarah - yes, I walk a lot, and also bike when I can (though I was knocked off my bike by an SUV once). But still I'm part of the gas-guzzling economy and bear my part of the responsibility for it.

Sarah Erin said...

Oh my! Thanks for giving me credit, but I cannot accept it! It was designed by Marten Lindquist. You can click the link on the post to see the website where I found it.

My name's Haley said...

I just had a weird flashback to Ray's class where we all traded images and taglines.

Gregory said...

Haha Haley, ditto.

Sarah Erin said...

Hahha too funny! I knew there was something strangely familiar about this poster. Thanks for the comments!!