• re:convenience
    Spring 2012
  • re: convenience is a thesis based project that promotes the reconsidering of use of products that are “convenient” in everyday life that are not so convenient for the environment. This installation is to promote the awareness to use less paper plates and cups. Using both infographic and installation design, I created a 7 ft wide span of dots reflecting the amount of paper plates and cups produced in 2010. Gray dots hinting towards the poster and brochures where this number dot is illustrated in the eight infographics explaining the hazardous of the overuse this convenient waste.