Japan had a devastating nuclear accident. Just four years later, no one seems to care or discuss it. How can we begin to talk about it again? The design solution is YUBIKIRI. YUBIKIRI, which means pinky promise in Japanese, presents information about seventeen simple actions including exchanging an incandescent bulb with a LED one to contribute to shifting toward sustainable energy.
Yuka Uogishi has been a practicing freelance graphic designer for over eight years in Tokyo. Recently, she began focusing on signage and graphic designs for museums and cultural institutions, which allows her to draw on her undergraduate work in art, aesthetics, and museum curation at the Joshibi University of Art and Design in Japan. Yuka enrolled at DSI to gain a broader perspective on graphic design and communications and its application in the real world.
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