Sunglasses or access to fresh water?

28 Jun

Our students have just presented their scientific posters in our water-in-food-systems course. The topics they choose are quite varied from comparing water-related activities of breweries, over international campaigns to promote tap water, discussion of water as a human rights issue, water in food packaging to comparing the water footprint of Spanish and Dutch tomatoes. We always put the posters together in a non-edited course proceedings volume. For this year’s proceedings I used the following images for the cover and back pages.

These are two motives from the People in need campaign, run by the international aid organisation Cordaid. This  outdoor advertising was developed by Saatchi & Saatchi, Amstelveen, Netherlands, and won a Silver Outdoor Lion at the Cannes International Lions Festival in 2007. There are also some delicious watery fonts that we have used, such as underwater love, which I used this year, and Wet1Becker, which I used last year.

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