The end of violence

The end of violence

The end of violence

The end of violence

The end of violence

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For the global learning initiative, Know Violence in Childhood, Lopez Design developed tactile communications bridging art, design and craft. Throughout the report, images of a sweater being knitted, emphasised the need to nurture and protect. This humanistic approach markedly reversed how to tackle issues of violence.

Children, a vulnerable core of society, must be protected. More peaceful societies should be nurtured. Concerned with ending harmful acts on children, both psychological and physical, some even causing death, Know Violence in Childhood aims to make this change. We designed their global report, executive summary, policy briefs, media kit, website and other communication templates.

Changing the way we understand violence
The design set out to make the communications heartfelt, conveying the importance of preserving the innocence of childhood. The protection of the child is woven into the fabric of society itself. We used the metaphor of a sweater being knitted from start to finish, to show the need for nurturing, care and protection.

The notion of ‘knitting together’ creates the sense of a protective space for children, countering notions of violence with empathy.

For the global learning initiative, Know Violence in Childhood, Lopez Design developed tactile communications bridging art, design and craft. Throughout the report, images of a sweater being knitted, emphasised the need to nurture and protect. This humanistic approach markedly reversed how to tackle issues of violence.

Children, a vulnerable core of society, must be protected. More peaceful societies should be nurtured. Concerned with ending harmful acts on children, both psychological and physical, some even causing death, Know Violence in Childhood aims to make this change. We designed their global report, executive summary, policy briefs, media kit, website and other communication templates.

Changing the way we understand violence
The design set out to make the communications heartfelt, conveying the importance of preserving the innocence of childhood. The protection of the child is woven into the fabric
of society itself. We used the metaphor of a sweater being
knitted from start to finish, to show the need for nurturing,
care and protection.

The notion of ‘knitting together’ creates the sense of a protective space for children, countering notions of violence with empathy.

For the global learning initiative, Know Violence in Childhood, Lopez Design developed tactile communications bridging art, design and craft. Throughout the report, images of a sweater being knitted, emphasised the need to nurture and protect. This humanistic approach markedly reversed how to tackle issues of violence.

Children, a vulnerable core of society, must be protected. More peaceful societies should be nurtured.  Concerned with ending harmful acts on children, both psychological and physical, some even causing death, Know Violence in Childhood aims to make this change. We designed their global report, executive summary, policy briefs, media kit, website and other communication templates.

Changing the way we understand violence
The design set out to make the communications heartfelt, conveying the importance of preserving the innocence of childhood. The protection of the child is woven into the fabric of society itself. We used the metaphor of a sweater being knitted from start to finish, to show the need for nurturing, care and protection.

The notion of ‘knitting together’ creates the sense of a protective space for children, countering notions of violence with empathy.

For the global learning initiative, Know Violence in Childhood, Lopez Design developed tactile communications bridging art, design and craft. Throughout the report, images of a sweater being knitted, emphasised the need to nurture and protect. This humanistic approach markedly reversed how to tackle issues of violence.

Children, a vulnerable core of society, must be protected. More peaceful societies should be nurtured.  Concerned with ending harmful acts on children, both psychological and physical, some even causing death, Know Violence in Childhood aims to make this change. We designed their global report, executive summary, policy briefs, media kit, website and other communication templates.

Changing the way we understand violence
The design set out to make the communications heartfelt, conveying the importance of preserving the innocence of childhood. The protection of the child is woven into the fabric of society itself. We used the metaphor of a sweater being knitted from start to finish, to show the need for nurturing, care and protection.

The notion of ‘knitting together’ creates the sense of a protective space for children, countering notions of violence with empathy.

For the global learning initiative, Know Violence in Childhood, Lopez Design developed tactile communications bridging
art, design and craft. Throughout the report, images of a sweater being knitted, emphasised the need to nurture and protect. This humanistic approach markedly reversed how to tackle issues of violence.

Children, a vulnerable core of society, must be protected. More peaceful societies should be nurtured.  Concerned with ending harmful acts on children, both psychological and physical, some even causing death, Know Violence in Childhood aims to make this change. We designed their global report, executive summary, policy briefs, media kit, website and other communication templates.

Changing the way we understand violence
The design set out to make the communications heartfelt, conveying the importance of preserving the innocence of childhood. The protection of the child is woven into the fabric of society itself. We used the metaphor of a sweater being knitted from start to finish, to show the need for nurturing, care and protection.

The notion of ‘knitting together’ creates the sense of a protective space for children, countering notions of violence with empathy.

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“We are on the verge of our launch – I am excited to say that
I finally received copies of the report … and it is very exciting!

The product looks absolutely beautiful – a collector’s item. Congratulations to all. … At moments like this, the stress fades
away and we enjoy the wonder of a creative process and its result.”

— Ramya Subrahmanian, Know Violence in Childhood

“We are on the verge of our launch – I am excited to say that
I finally received copies of the report … and it is very exciting!

The product looks absolutely beautiful – a collector’s item. Congratulations to all. … At moments like this, the stress fades away and we enjoy the wonder of a creative process and its result.”

— Ramya Subrahmanian, Know Violence in Childhood

“We are on the verge of our launch – I am excited to say that I finally received copies of the report … and it is very exciting!

The product looks absolutely beautiful – a collector’s item. Congratulations to all. … At moments like this, the stress fades
away and we enjoy the wonder of a creative process and its result.”

— Ramya Subrahmanian, Know Violence in Childhood

“We are on the verge of our launch – I am excited to say that I finally received copies of the report … and it is very exciting!

The product looks absolutely beautiful – a collector’s item. Congratulations to all. … At moments like this, the stress fades away and we enjoy the wonder of a creative process and its result.”

— Ramya Subrahmanian, Know Violence in Childhood

“We are on the verge of our launch – I am excited to say that I finally received copies of the report … and it is very exciting!

The product looks absolutely beautiful – a collector’s item. Congratulations to all. … At moments like this, the stress fades away and we enjoy the wonder of a creative process
and its result.”

— Ramya Subrahmanian, Know Violence
in Childhood

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Background
The design brief specifically addressed the existing global concerns and the misconceptions about the perpetration of violence, its consequences on children, including the damaging psychological impact. Children are unable to defend themselves or report their problems. In conclusion, the global report advocates a holistic effort by a) changing the culture of violence b) addressing specific contexts and c) instituting pillars of action.

Expected design performance
The communication design had to be impactful with a positive
and empowering visual language. Primarily, these are tools for awareness and advocacy. The systems design required a clear hierarchy, easily comprehensible and allowing the reader to
navigate efficiently.The documents needed to be accessible resources presenting credible and reliable evidence. The online version could have interactive elements where possible.

Tone of voice
The product needed to resonate with policy makers, international civil society, NGOs, donors, academic institutions and individuals working in the field of violence prevention and research across sectors.

Paving the way forward
Visual language in the form of illustrations would be imperative to bring out the essence of the chapters as well as build intrigue and a conceptual layer to the content.

In this way, the reader could become sensitized to the information presented in the document. Establishing a human connect would bridge the gap between words, data and reality.

Background
The design brief specifically addressed the existing global
concerns and the misconceptions about the perpetration of violence, its consequences on children, including the damaging psychological impact. Children are unable to defend themselves
or report their problems. In conclusion, the global report advocates a holistic effort by a) changing the culture of violence b) addressing specific contexts and c) instituting pillars of action.

Expected design performance
The communication design had to be impactful with a positive
and empowering visual language. Primarily, these are tools for awareness and advocacy. The systems design required a clear hierarchy, easily comprehensible and allowing the reader to
navigate efficiently.The documents needed to be accessible resources presenting credible and reliable evidence. The online version could have interactive elements where possible.

Tone of voice
The product needed to resonate with policy makers, international civil society, NGOs, donors, academic institutions and individuals working in the field of violence prevention and research across sectors.

Paving the way forward
Visual language in the form of illustrations would be imperative to bring out the essence of the chapters as well as build intrigue and a conceptual layer to the content.

In this way, the reader could become sensitized to the information presented in the document. Establishing a human connect would bridge the gap between words, data and reality.

Background
The design brief specifically addressed the existing global concerns and the misconceptions about the perpetration of violence, its consequences on children, including the damaging psychological impact. Children are unable to defend themselves or report their problems. In conclusion, the global report advocates a holistic effort by a) changing the culture of violence b) addressing specific contexts and c) instituting pillars of action.

Expected design performance
The communication design had to be impactful with a positive and empowering visual language. Primarily, these are tools for awareness and advocacy. The systems design required a clear hierarchy, easily comprehensible and allowing the reader to navigate efficiently.The documents needed to be accessible resources presenting credible and reliable evidence. The online version could have interactive elements where possible.

Tone of voice
The product needed to resonate with policy makers, international civil society, NGOs, donors, academic institutions and individuals working in the field of violence prevention and research across sectors.

Paving the way forward
Visual language in the form of illustrations would be imperative to bring out the essence of the chapters as well as build intrigue and a conceptual layer to the content.

In this way, the reader could become sensitized to the information presented in the document. Establishing a human connect would bridge the gap between words, data and reality.

Background
The design brief specifically addressed the existing global concerns and the misconceptions about the perpetration of violence, its consequences on children, including the damaging psychological impact. Children are unable to defend themselves or report their problems. In conclusion, the global report advocates a holistic effort by a) changing the culture of violence b) addressing specific contexts and c) instituting pillars of action.

Expected design performance
The communication design had to be impactful with a positive and empowering visual language. Primarily, these are tools for awareness and advocacy. The systems design required a clear hierarchy, easily comprehensible and allowing the reader to navigate efficiently.The documents needed to be accessible resources presenting credible and reliable evidence. The online version could have interactive elements where possible.

Tone of voice
The product needed to resonate with policy makers, international civil society, NGOs, donors, academic institutions and individuals working in the field of violence prevention and research across sectors.

Paving the way forward
Visual language in the form of illustrations would be imperative to bring out the essence of the chapters as well as build intrigue and a conceptual layer to the content.

In this way, the reader could become sensitized to the information presented in the document. Establishing a human connect would
bridge the gap between words, data and reality.

Background
The design brief specifically addressed the existing global concerns and the misconceptions about the perpetration of violence, its consequences on children, including the damaging psychological impact. Children are unable to defend themselves
or report their problems. In conclusion, the global report advocates a holistic effort by
a) changing the culture of violence b) addressing specific contexts and c) instituting pillars of action.

Expected design performance
The communication design had to be
impactful with a positive and empowering visual language. Primarily, these are tools for awareness and advocacy. The systems design required a clear hierarchy, easily comprehensible and allowing the reader to navigate efficiently.The documents needed
to be accessible resources presenting credible and reliable evidence. The online version could have interactive elements where possible.

Tone of voice
The product needed to resonate with policy makers, international civil society, NGOs, donors, academic institutions and individuals working in the field of violence prevention and research across sectors.

Paving the way forward
Visual language in the form of illustrations would be imperative to bring out the essence of the chapters as well as build intrigue and a conceptual layer to the content.

In this way, the reader could become sensitized to the information presented in
the document. Establishing a human connect would bridge the gap between words, data and reality.

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Explorations
We explored four directions to unravel the theme “Ending violence
in childhood”. Of these, the metaphor of woven fabric was chosen for exploration towards the final outcome. Several concepts were worked with yarn, crushed fabric and thread to show the journey
of a person from childhood, facing numerous trials, healing and emerging.

Design outcome
The “Ending Violence in Childhood” reports carry a symbolic
series of images weaving the various chapters together. The
final illustrations were a collaborative effort between Lopez
Design and artist Sarah Naqvi.

A textile artist from NID, Naqvi is ardent about issues of feminism and supports disadvantaged voices. The artworks engage her strong stance in a nuanced manner, propelled through design.

Naqvi’s illustrations of a child’s sweater being knitted from start
to completion, emphasize the need to embrace children in stronger
and carefully interwoven strategies for violence prevention.

The visual imagery is a gripping metaphor for binding the argument together. The cover design for the reports used fabric as the background. Infographics were specially developed to resonate
with the visual language.

Final deliverables
The following products were delivered: Global flagship report of 172 pages, Overview Report – 52 pages, Policy Briefs – 8 Nos. (40 pages), Pouch Folder, Web versions of all documents, PPT Template, Word Template and USB Card

Explorations
We explored four directions to unravel the theme “Ending violence in childhood”. Of these, the metaphor of woven fabric was chosen for exploration towards the final outcome. Several concepts were worked with yarn, crushed fabric and thread to show the journey of a person from childhood, facing numerous trials, healing and emerging.

Design outcome
The “Ending Violence in Childhood” reports carry a symbolic series
of images weaving the various chapters together. The final illustrations were a collaborative effort between Lopez Design and artist Sarah Naqvi.

A textile artist from NID, Naqvi is ardent about issues of feminism
and supports disadvantaged voices. The artworks engage her strong stance in a nuanced manner, propelled through design.

Naqvi’s illustrations of a child’s sweater being knitted from start to completion, emphasize the need to embrace children in stronger and carefully interwoven strategies for violence prevention.

The visual imagery is a gripping metaphor for binding the argument together. The cover design for the reports used fabric as the background. Infographics were specially developed to resonate with the visual language.

Final deliverables
The following products were delivered: Global flagship report of 172 pages, Overview Report – 52 pages, Policy Briefs – 8 Nos. (40 pages), Pouch Folder, Web versions of all documents, PPT Template, Word Template and USB Card

Explorations
We explored four directions to unravel the theme “Ending violence in childhood”. Of these, the metaphor of woven fabric was chosen for exploration towards the final outcome. Several concepts were worked with yarn, crushed fabric and thread to show the journey of a person from childhood, facing numerous trials, healing and emerging.

Design outcome
The “Ending Violence in Childhood” reports carry a symbolic series of images weaving the various chapters together. The final illustrations were a collaborative effort between Lopez Design and artist Sarah Naqvi.

A textile artist from NID, Naqvi is ardent about issues of feminism and supports disadvantaged voices. The artworks engage her strong stance
in a nuanced manner, propelled through design.

Naqvi’s illustrations of a child’s sweater being knitted from start to completion, emphasize the need to embrace children in stronger and carefully interwoven strategies for violence prevention.

The visual imagery is a gripping metaphor for binding the argument together. The cover design for the reports used fabric as the background. Infographics were specially developed to resonate with the visual language.

Final deliverables
The following products were delivered: Global flagship report of 172 pages, Overview Report – 52 pages, Policy Briefs – 8 Nos. (40 pages), Pouch Folder, Web versions of all documents, PPT Template, Word Template and USB Card

Explorations
We explored four directions to unravel the theme “Ending violence in childhood”. Of these, the metaphor of woven fabric was chosen for exploration towards the final outcome. Several concepts were worked with yarn, crushed fabric and thread to show the journey of a person from childhood, facing numerous trials, healing and emerging.

Design outcome
The “Ending Violence in Childhood” reports carry a symbolic series of images weaving
the various chapters together. The final illustrations were a collaborative effort between Lopez Design and artist Sarah Naqvi.

A textile artist from NID, Naqvi is ardent
about issues of feminism and supports disadvantaged voices. The artworks engage her strong stance in a nuanced manner, propelled through design.

Naqvi’s illustrations of a child’s sweater being knitted from start to completion, emphasize the need to embrace children in stronger and carefully interwoven strategies for violence prevention.

The visual imagery is a gripping metaphor
for binding the argument together. The cover design for the reports used fabric as the background. Infographics were specially developed to resonate with the visual language.

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Gurugram, Harayana - 122022

CALL
0124-4921810, 4923148

 

 

ADDRESS

Lopez Design Pvt. Ltd.
B - 558, Sushant Lok Phase 1,
Gurugram, Harayana - 122022

CALL
0124-4921810, 4923148

 

 

ADDRESS

Lopez Design Pvt. Ltd.
B - 558, Sushant Lok Phase 1,
Gurugram, Harayana - 122022

CALL
0124-4921810, 4923148

 

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STUDIO TIMINGS

10AM - 7PM
Monday - Friday