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PIG 05049 (2nd Edition).
Meindertsma, Christien.
PIG 05049 (2nd Edition).
In a complex and globalized world it has become increasingly difficult to trace the lines that link raw materials with producers, products and consumers. Designer Christien Meindertsma has published an intelligent project that attempts to chart this phenomena. An extensive collection of photographic images has been assembled that document the mind-boggling array of various products that different parts of an anonymous pig called 05049 could support. A visual essay without moral undertones, this complete image of what the pig means to mankind provides a timely serving of food for thought. Dutch / English

Category: Design, Graphic Design
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 196 pp
Publisher: Flocks
Year: 2009
ISBN: 9789081241311
Book Id: 87841

Price: $58.50
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