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    • Collaborating with Future Design Leaders and Saving Lives

      Visual Communication Solutions for the Citizens of Kibera Kibera is the second largest slum in the world, located in Kenya, Africa. Home to one million people, Kibera has no drainage system, so standing rainwater becomes a breeding ground for mosquitoes, thus spreading malaria. Sanitation issues are rampant, too; there is so much trash that it…

    • SEE: South Sudan

      July 9, 2013, marks the second anniversary of South Sudan’s independence from Sudan. Story has become so vital to our understanding, communicating or relating to something in this big wonder-filled world of ours. Last year we felt we had to SEE South Sudan – one of our new projects – before we could help tell it. On Rule29’s and…

    • Stories, not Atoms: #HOWLive 2013

      The American poet and activist Muriel Rukeyser said, “The universe is made of stories, not atoms.” A great story has the power to shift the way we look at a particular subject, idea, or person. There is no better example of this than through the experience of film. A great film has the ability to…