Anarchy in the EU

(EN) Some infographics (stickers inside the book!) I made for “Anarchy in the EU, Movimenti Pink, Black, Green e Grande Recessione” by Alex Foti. In the bookshops from the 9th of May. ————- (EN) Pubblico le infografiche che ho realizzato (ci sono anche gli adesivi nel libro!) per “Anarchy in the EU, Movimenti Pink, Black, Green e Grande Recessione” by Alex Foti. Nelle librerie dal 9 Maggio.

Street vendor project in NY/ Un progetto sui venditori ambulanti a NY

(EN)It’s a fresh news the proposal of a regional law by Formigoni/DeCorato, Milan’s sherif, to prevent the “anarchy of take-away ” limiting the possibility for people to buy food and eat it in front of the shops. And recently I discovered this interesting project based in New York and called Street Vendor. It supports small businesspeople working long hours under harsh conditions, asking for nothing more than a chance to sell their goods on the public sidewalk and , in recent years, have been victims of New York’s aggressive “quality of life” crackdown. The project aims to create a vendors’ movement for permanent change and it’s an initiative promoted by Urban Justice Center, a non-profit organization that provides legal representation and advocacy to various marginalized groups of New Yorkers. On their website you can find two lovely infographics: one exploring the world of street vendors, the second one is a guide for the street vendors themselves to know their rights.

read more Street vendor project in NY/ Un progetto sui venditori ambulanti a NY

Plastic bag sea in stop motion / Mare di sacchetti di plastica in stop motion

(EN) One million plastic bags pollute San Francisco Bay each year, that means more than 100 bags for every seal, duck and pelican. The video produced for Save the Bay campaign gives a visual idea of what it looks like. ————- (IT) 1 milione di sacchetti di plastica inquinano la Baia di San Franscisco ogni anno, che significa piĂą di 100 sacchetti per ogni gabbiano, anatra e pellicano. Il video è stato realizzato per la campagna  Save the Bay e riesce a dare l’idea della massa plasticosa che invade il mare.