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Making Hope Visual: Designing for the world from the United

Time:2014-07-12 14:04 Source:未知 Writer:cjss read:

Dear Friends,

I hope this message finds you well and enjoying your summer. I am writing to alert you to a wonderful exhibit that showcases some of the art created by Mathias Delfino, UN graphic Designer, that is currently on view at the Consulate of Argentina through the end of July. We are very proud of Matias and the award-winning design he created for the UN Holocaust Programme poster, among many other products, and we hope you have time to visit the Consulate to see his work. Please see below for the address and visiting hours.

About the exhibit
Making Hope Visual presents powerful designs that have brought the United Nations’ message to life, engaging diverse audiences in all corners of the world and making a positive impact on their lives. These transcultural artworks, developed by Matías Delfino, represent graphic design solutions designed for a wide variety of projects facing the same challenge: being understood by people of different cultures with different languages. The designs depict ideas and values that are timeless. Through them, we gain a fresh perspective on the human condition.

Exhibition will remain open from 2 July to 31 July 2014
Monday-Friday // 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Consulate General of Argentina in New York
12 W 56th Street (Btw Fifth & Sixth Aves.)
New York, NY 10019
www.MakingHopeVisual.org

Thank you, 
Kimberly Mann, Manager 
The Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme

(Author:cjss)