Red Dot Design Award
Social Responsibility, Organ Donation Campaign

Less Is More

Less Is More | Red Dot Design Award

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When it comes to the idea of organ donation, Taiwanese people often entertain the stereotypical concept that people should hold “complete” bodies after dying. This campaign aims at changing this thinking. On a cognitive basis, the concept was to alter the conception of “lack”. Therefore, “Less is more” is based on the idea of representing organs suitable for donation by actual physical products, thereby personifying or substituting them metaphorically. Thus, the organs became heart-shaped candles that warm our body, kidney-shaped teabags that filter out waste, and the soft liver that rids the body of toxins.

Red Dot Design Award

[Red Dot: Junior Award]
Credits
  • University:
    National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taipei
  • Design:
    Chia-Jung Yen, You-Chun Siè, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Less Is More | Red Dot Design Award
Less Is More | Red Dot Design Award
Less Is More | Red Dot Design Award
Less Is More | Red Dot Design Award
Less Is More | Red Dot Design Award
Less Is More | Red Dot Design Award
Less Is More | Red Dot Design Award