After years of irresponsible fishing, there just aren't that many fish in the sea anymore. If we are going to help save the world's fish populations while continuing to eat fish (which you should, it is really good for you), we have to eat the right fish.
Introducing Five Ideas, a collection of work from GOOD's favorite artists, illustrators, and designers. Some of the of the work you've probably seen, some of it has never been published. Each week, we'll showcase five pieces of work that tell a short story about our most creative friends.
Always With Honor is a creative collective specializing in map, icon, and information design. Our mission is to create work that helps break down complex information into simple (and fun) designs that are easily understood and enjoyed. It is the work of Elsa Chaves and Tyler Lang.
This was one of the first projects Elsa and I worked on collaboratively. We were really kinda just winging it, learning how to work together as we went. We realized that this whole girlfriend/boyfriend design team could actually work. We've been designing under Always With Honor, our studio ever since.
This March, to much fanfare, the Obamas planted a vegetable garden at the White House, the first one since Eleanor Roosevelt planted a victory garden there during World War II. Now, the garden is being harvested. So far, the garden has produced more than 90 pounds of produce which have been given to area soup kitchens and used in meals at the White House. Our latest Transparency is a look at what the Obamas's garden will be growing this year. Maybe you can start your own and follow along.A collaboration between GOOD and Always With Honor.