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Social Responsibility Movement

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Social Responsibility Movement

Participants of the Social responsibility movement urge the graphic-design community to confront the negative societal and environmental consequences of our rampant consumer culture.  In 1964  created and published Ken Garland a manifesto named “First Things First,” which was updated to a newer version twenty-five years later and published in numerous magazines and journals internationally including of course Adbuster Magazine. The “First Things First Manifesto 2000,” was initially signed by thirty-three influential designers, brought still talked about controversial issues to the forefront of design discourse.


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Kenneth Lyngaas

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Founder & fashion designer at Buddha Jeans Company
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