Valentina Venza - Portfolio
Living Climate Change - Play
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Date August 2009
Realized
for IDEO
Designed in Corel Paint X
Project Manager: Gabriel Trionfi
Thanks to Elger Oberweltz
This is a project I worked on during my internship at IDEO Palo Alto (CA). It's the very first project since I was there, and I really enjoyed it. IDEO was creating some futuristic scenarios imagining what will happen to the world in 2030. The project was inspired by the 2009 summit in Copenhagen.

"Living Climate Change invites you to imagine what life will be like in 20 or 30 years, as we move along a path toward reduced carbon emissions. Will the targets be reached? Which behaviors will need to change? Which will we choose to preserve?"

I wasn't part of the concept, but I worked on the illustration of one of the scenarios. The topic was "Play", and mine was the "We didn't make it" scenario. The story is about how the climate changes will affect children's play. What if the will be forced to steal, in order to be free to express their childhood?

Escape from IDEO on Vimeo.



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