With eco-products on the rise, it was a matter of time before a universal logo was created to help identify them.
“…Cereplast held a Make Your Mark contest for designers to create a new symbol so that consumers could identify products and packaging made from bioplastics. The winner of the contest was Laura Howard, a graphic design student at the University of Louisville in Kentucky, who was awarded $25,000 for her design….”
Source: The Huffington Post
Ottawa, Canada –
Biotechnology, nuclear power, toxic chemicals, electromagnetic radiation — each of these technological hazards has a universally recognized warning symbol associatedwith it. So why not nanotechnology — the world’s most powerful (and potentially dangerous) technology?
Take a look at a catalogue of entries here.
Why Do We Need a Nano-Hazard Symbol?