Free posters? Jup, the UN Environment Programme has a series of free posters you can download (in PDF) compiled from the UNEP’s Geo Data Portal

The full-colour posters are divided into four main groups:

  1. Basic Facts posters
  2. InfoGraphics posters
  3. ISO Code posters
  4. Bubble Chart posters

The Basic Facts posters contain 9 posters covering: electricity consumption; ecosystem management; hazardous waste management; global environment treaties; forest management; carbon dioxide emissions; fisheries; waste management and recycling and electricity production

The InfoGraphics posters contain 13 posters covering: global environmental indicators; recycling rates of OECD countries; global CO2 emissions and wealth; total CO2 emissions; total final energy consumption; marine fish catch; global total and capita CO2 emissions; energy supplies and FCS forests.

The ISO Code posters contain 9 posters covering: global CO2 emissions; global water footprints; global ecological footprint; world heritage sites and energy supply per $1000 GDP (PPP)

The Bubble Chart posters contain 3 posters covering: CO2 emissions and wealth


I like this image from Best Colleges Online, and posted on Stephen’s Lighthouse as well. It might be a tad overcrowded, but I still like it:

The Evolution of the Book

The Living Library is an innovative method designed to promote dialogue, reduce prejudices and encourage understanding.The main characteristics of the project are to be found in its simplicity and positive approach.

In it’s initial form the Living Library is a mobile library set up as a space for dialogue and interaction. Visitors to the Living Library are given the opportunity to speak informally with “people on loan”; this latter group being extremely varied in age, sex and cultural background.

Here are some of the posters from all over the world:



Living Library>Living Library at Kings Garden

Living Library>Living Library at Kings Garden

Living Library>LivingLibrary@Ljubljana,Slovenia.

Living Library>LivingLibrary@Ljubljana,Slovenia.

The Living Library enables groups to break stereotypes by challenging the most common prejudices in a positive and humorous manner. It is a concrete, easily transferable and affordable way of promoting tolerance and understanding.

It is a “keep it simple”, “no-nonsense” contribution to social cohesion in multicultural societies. Read more about the history HERE.

I like this series of advertisements from Capital Magazine:


It’s now or never if you want to invest in real estate.
Before you begin listening ask yourself who’s talking.


The electric car has no future.
Before you begin listening ask yourself who’s talking.


Fish are becoming very overpriced.
Before you begin listening ask yourself who’s talking

Here’s the detail on the campaign:

Advertising Agency: Young & Rubicam Paris, France
Creative Director: Les six
Art Director: Sebastien Guinet
Copywriter: Josselin Pacreau
Asst. Art Director: Julien Hérisson
Aired: June 2009

Perhaps we should also have one like this, as students are forever predicting the demise of libraries …


Women's Day poster

This is an e-poster I help make for this upcoming Women’s Day at Unisa (the 9th of August) – I think it’s pretty cool!