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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Greek crisis

K2 design
“The most dramatic revelation of the crisis is that Athens has no social structure, no solidarity. Maybe there are some people in small groups (connected usually with hate towards something or someone), but there is no sense of common life and fate. Everyone for himself and everybody against everybody.” Stathis Tsagkarousianos

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Greek crisis

K2 design
“The most dramatic revelation of the crisis is that Athens has no social structure, no solidarity. Maybe there are some people in small groups (connected usually with hate towards something or someone), but there is no sense of common life and fate. Everyone for himself and everybody against everybody.” Stathis Tsagkarousianos

Greek crisis

K2 design
“The most dramatic revelation of the crisis is that Athens has no social structure, no solidarity. Maybe there are some people in small groups (connected usually with hate towards something or someone), but there is no sense of common life and fate. Everyone for himself and everybody against everybody.” Stathis Tsagkarousianos

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

4

Keik design bureau
4 points of the horizon indicating the past and future, the good and dark face of the crisis. The words that connect our thoughts around that mental compass.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

4

Keik design bureau
4 points of the horizon indicating the past and future, the good and dark face of the crisis. The words that connect our thoughts around that mental compass.

4

Keik design bureau
4 points of the horizon indicating the past and future, the good and dark face of the crisis. The words that connect our thoughts around that mental compass.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Μe/We

Kanella
ME/WE is an interactive art poster. The viewers are invited to tweak the exhibit by deliberately moving the rotating letter and expressing in such a way their take on the crisis. “M” becomes “W” and vice versa with an easy move that leaves the participants’ fingerprints on the metal sheet; proof of evidence for this “election” process that also adds to the uniqueness of the artwork. The ultimate goal of ME/WE is to engage the viewers in its conceptual development. And, regardless of their choice, the purpose is fulfilled as ME/WE encourages their active participation and expression of attitude.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Μe/We

Kanella
ME/WE is an interactive art poster. The viewers are invited to tweak the exhibit by deliberately moving the rotating letter and expressing in such a way their take on the crisis. “M” becomes “W” and vice versa with an easy move that leaves the participants’ fingerprints on the metal sheet; proof of evidence for this “election” process that also adds to the uniqueness of the artwork. The ultimate goal of ME/WE is to engage the viewers in its conceptual development. And, regardless of their choice, the purpose is fulfilled as ME/WE encourages their active participation and expression of attitude.

Μe/We

Kanella
ME/WE is an interactive art poster. The viewers are invited to tweak the exhibit by deliberately moving the rotating letter and expressing in such a way their take on the crisis. “M” becomes “W” and vice versa with an easy move that leaves the participants’ fingerprints on the metal sheet; proof of evidence for this “election” process that also adds to the uniqueness of the artwork. The ultimate goal of ME/WE is to engage the viewers in its conceptual development. And, regardless of their choice, the purpose is fulfilled as ME/WE encourages their active participation and expression of attitude.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Ariadne’s Thread

Kommigraphics
Crisis. A labyrinth but also a chance. A test of strength and patience but also an exercise of power and skill. Set your aim, move strategically, envision success and grasp Ariadne’s thread. The exit is waiting for you. Keep trying!

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Ariadne’s Thread

Kommigraphics
Crisis. A labyrinth but also a chance. A test of strength and patience but also an exercise of power and skill. Set your aim, move strategically, envision success and grasp Ariadne’s thread. The exit is waiting for you. Keep trying!

Ariadne’s Thread

Kommigraphics
Crisis. A labyrinth but also a chance. A test of strength and patience but also an exercise of power and skill. Set your aim, move strategically, envision success and grasp Ariadne’s thread. The exit is waiting for you. Keep trying!

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Catastrophic Rhetoric In Systemic and Ideological Sepsis (CRISIS)

Konsept83
Although this poster seems to be written in English, all the words come from Greek language. The name of Europe comes from Hellas: Evropi means “having big eyes”. Crisis is a Greek word too and for this occasion is formed by the capital letters of the phrase Catastrophic Rhetoric In Systemic and Ideological Sepsis.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Catastrophic Rhetoric In Systemic and Ideological Sepsis (CRISIS)

Konsept83
Although this poster seems to be written in English, all the words come from Greek language. The name of Europe comes from Hellas: Evropi means “having big eyes”. Crisis is a Greek word too and for this occasion is formed by the capital letters of the phrase Catastrophic Rhetoric In Systemic and Ideological Sepsis.

Catastrophic Rhetoric In Systemic and Ideological Sepsis (CRISIS)

Konsept83
Although this poster seems to be written in English, all the words come from Greek language. The name of Europe comes from Hellas: Evropi means “having big eyes”. Crisis is a Greek word too and for this occasion is formed by the capital letters of the phrase Catastrophic Rhetoric In Systemic and Ideological Sepsis.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

JellyCrisis

Maria Lila Karydi
Crisis is like a big jellyfish. She cause you fear and if she “bites” you, pain. Photography, collage, spray and plastic colors on MDF.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

JellyCrisis

Maria Lila Karydi
Crisis is like a big jellyfish. She cause you fear and if she “bites” you, pain. Photography, collage, spray and plastic colors on MDF.

JellyCrisis

Maria Lila Karydi
Crisis is like a big jellyfish. She cause you fear and if she “bites” you, pain. Photography, collage, spray and plastic colors on MDF.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Apathy

Meandyoucreative
Another Greek word.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Apathy

Meandyoucreative
Another Greek word.

Apathy

Meandyoucreative
Another Greek word.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Crisis is just a word

NassosK
Regardless of the etymology of a word, its interpretation is a matter of use and defined (and) from the context. But are we eventually lose its meaning through the noise of the images or the automatic translation of habit?

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Crisis is just a word

NassosK
Regardless of the etymology of a word, its interpretation is a matter of use and defined (and) from the context. But are we eventually lose its meaning through the noise of the images or the automatic translation of habit?

Crisis is just a word

NassosK
Regardless of the etymology of a word, its interpretation is a matter of use and defined (and) from the context. But are we eventually lose its meaning through the noise of the images or the automatic translation of habit?

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Α cuckoo can bring spring

Nikos Tsoutis
In the poster I’ve used a variant of the saying “one cuckoo does not bring spring” and a cuckoo as a subject matter. The cuckoo is influenced by ancient Greek amphorae and traditional embroidery designs through the prism of a visual communication designer. The aim of the poster is to convey the message that despite the crisis, there are creative people in Greece who can make the difference.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Α cuckoo can bring spring

Nikos Tsoutis
In the poster I’ve used a variant of the saying “one cuckoo does not bring spring” and a cuckoo as a subject matter. The cuckoo is influenced by ancient Greek amphorae and traditional embroidery designs through the prism of a visual communication designer. The aim of the poster is to convey the message that despite the crisis, there are creative people in Greece who can make the difference.

Α cuckoo can bring spring

Nikos Tsoutis
In the poster I’ve used a variant of the saying “one cuckoo does not bring spring” and a cuckoo as a subject matter. The cuckoo is influenced by ancient Greek amphorae and traditional embroidery designs through the prism of a visual communication designer. The aim of the poster is to convey the message that despite the crisis, there are creative people in Greece who can make the difference.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

10.787.680 crises

Pi6 communication design
Κρίσεις [crises] is a greek word meaning both opinions and crises

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

10.787.680 crises

Pi6 communication design
Κρίσεις [crises] is a greek word meaning both opinions and crises

10.787.680 crises

Pi6 communication design
Κρίσεις [crises] is a greek word meaning both opinions and crises

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

From past to present

Polka dot
Greek folk phrases from the past, full of wisdom and humor, prophetically describe the current situation.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

From past to present

Polka dot
Greek folk phrases from the past, full of wisdom and humor, prophetically describe the current situation.

From past to present

Polka dot
Greek folk phrases from the past, full of wisdom and humor, prophetically describe the current situation.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Crisis makes poets out of us

Sereal designers

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Crisis makes poets out of us

Sereal designers

Crisis makes poets out of us

Sereal designers

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Broken Ego

Some think creative group
The crisis changed us all. We picked up the pieces, we left things behind and now we are ready to move on.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Broken Ego

Some think creative group
The crisis changed us all. We picked up the pieces, we left things behind and now we are ready to move on.

Broken Ego

Some think creative group
The crisis changed us all. We picked up the pieces, we left things behind and now we are ready to move on.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Greece rises (in crisis)

Sophia Georgopoulou
It’s only a matter of perception.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Greece rises (in crisis)

Sophia Georgopoulou
It’s only a matter of perception.

Greece rises (in crisis)

Sophia Georgopoulou
It’s only a matter of perception.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

After the Storm

Stilos
The economical crisis is our chance to reconsider, dare, overcome obstacles, rise up a more creative self that will give us the inspiration and the opportunity for a new beginning!

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

After the Storm

Stilos
The economical crisis is our chance to reconsider, dare, overcome obstacles, rise up a more creative self that will give us the inspiration and the opportunity for a new beginning!

After the Storm

Stilos
The economical crisis is our chance to reconsider, dare, overcome obstacles, rise up a more creative self that will give us the inspiration and the opportunity for a new beginning!

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Europe is an idea formed by history, not an economic dilemma.

Talc design studio
The poster results from the accidental composition of two unsupervised procedures, just as History which is written through intentions yet is impossible to be pre designed.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Europe is an idea formed by history, not an economic dilemma.

Talc design studio
The poster results from the accidental composition of two unsupervised procedures, just as History which is written through intentions yet is impossible to be pre designed.

Europe is an idea formed by history, not an economic dilemma.

Talc design studio
The poster results from the accidental composition of two unsupervised procedures, just as History which is written through intentions yet is impossible to be pre designed.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Crysis | Idea

The Comeback
One poster, one symbol, two different messages. The first one (Crysis), the cry, the eye and the tear, and the second one, the exclamation mark, the idea, which is also a greek word, and also what we need, a good idea.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Crysis | Idea

The Comeback
One poster, one symbol, two different messages. The first one (Crysis), the cry, the eye and the tear, and the second one, the exclamation mark, the idea, which is also a greek word, and also what we need, a good idea.

Crysis | Idea

The Comeback
One poster, one symbol, two different messages. The first one (Crysis), the cry, the eye and the tear, and the second one, the exclamation mark, the idea, which is also a greek word, and also what we need, a good idea.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Philotimo is a Greek word

Tind
“Philotimo to the Greek is like breathing. A Greek is not a Greek without it. He might as well not be alive.” Thales of Miletus

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Philotimo is a Greek word

Tind
“Philotimo to the Greek is like breathing. A Greek is not a Greek without it. He might as well not be alive.” Thales of Miletus

Philotimo is a Greek word

Tind
“Philotimo to the Greek is like breathing. A Greek is not a Greek without it. He might as well not be alive.” Thales of Miletus

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Point Zero

Togetherdesign
Point Zero is where everything ends; and it all starts. The absolute symmetry.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Point Zero

Togetherdesign
Point Zero is where everything ends; and it all starts. The absolute symmetry.

Point Zero

Togetherdesign
Point Zero is where everything ends; and it all starts. The absolute symmetry.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

The crisis doesn’t touch the children’s imagination

Tomek
or... nothing better than a beautiful classical Greek font from your old book.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

The crisis doesn’t touch the children’s imagination

Tomek
or... nothing better than a beautiful classical Greek font from your old book.

The crisis doesn’t touch the children’s imagination

Tomek
or... nothing better than a beautiful classical Greek font from your old book.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

With an olive tree, a grapevine and a ship...

Tsevis visual design
Based on the quote of the Nobel awarded poet. With hope.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

With an olive tree, a grapevine and a ship...

Tsevis visual design
Based on the quote of the Nobel awarded poet. With hope.

With an olive tree, a grapevine and a ship...

Tsevis visual design
Based on the quote of the Nobel awarded poet. With hope.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Way out

Zazdesign
There is a way out if you remember your way in.

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Way out

Zazdesign
There is a way out if you remember your way in.

Way out

Zazdesign
There is a way out if you remember your way in.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Pythagorean cup

Gursu Ogretmenoglu [Turkey]
Greece could lose! But there won’t be any winner. A Pythagorean cup (also known as a Pythagoras cup, a Greedy Cup or a Tantalus cup) is a form of drinking cup which forces its user to imbibe only in moderation. Credited to Pythagoras of Samos, it allows the user to fill the cup with wine up to a certain level. If the user fills the cup only to that level, the imbiber may enjoy a drink in peace. If the imbiber exhibits gluttony, however, the cup spills its entire contents out the bottom (onto the lap of the immodest drinker).

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CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Pythagorean cup

Gursu Ogretmenoglu [Turkey]
Greece could lose! But there won’t be any winner. A Pythagorean cup (also known as a Pythagoras cup, a Greedy Cup or a Tantalus cup) is a form of drinking cup which forces its user to imbibe only in moderation. Credited to Pythagoras of Samos, it allows the user to fill the cup with wine up to a certain level. If the user fills the cup only to that level, the imbiber may enjoy a drink in peace. If the imbiber exhibits gluttony, however, the cup spills its entire contents out the bottom (onto the lap of the immodest drinker).

Pythagorean cup

Gursu Ogretmenoglu [Turkey]
Greece could lose! But there won’t be any winner. A Pythagorean cup (also known as a Pythagoras cup, a Greedy Cup or a Tantalus cup) is a form of drinking cup which forces its user to imbibe only in moderation. Credited to Pythagoras of Samos, it allows the user to fill the cup with wine up to a certain level. If the user fills the cup only to that level, the imbiber may enjoy a drink in peace. If the imbiber exhibits gluttony, however, the cup spills its entire contents out the bottom (onto the lap of the immodest drinker).

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Life is like a ferris wheel

Theodora Baharova [Bulgaria]
One minute you’re on top, the next you’re at the bottom. A proverb says that life is like a Ferris wheel, once you’re up and sometimes you’re down. Although Greece is now in a period of crisis, it will come soon a time of prosperity such as has shown more than once over the centuries.

CRISIS IS A GREEK WORD

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Life is like a ferris wheel

Theodora Baharova [Bulgaria]
One minute you’re on top, the next you’re at the bottom. A proverb says that life is like a Ferris wheel, once you’re up and sometimes you’re down. Although Greece is now in a period of crisis, it will come soon a time of prosperity such as has shown more than once over the centuries.

Life is like a ferris wheel

Theodora Baharova [Bulgaria]
One minute you’re on top, the next you’re at the bottom. A proverb says that life is like a Ferris wheel, once you’re up and sometimes you’re down. Although Greece is now in a period of crisis, it will come soon a time of prosperity such as has shown more than once over the centuries.

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