Wall of Shame: The 100 Greatest Failures of Humanity

Patrick Bonneville Society, 2010 - 259 pagina's
WALL OF SHAME is a portrait of the dark side of humanity. Covering the worst of the worst offences in recent human history, including genocide and segregation, terrorism and war, human trafficking and child exploitation, this list confronts each of us with our capacity to commit harm in serving our own needs. From oil spills to child-soldiers and from Darfur to the September 11 attacks, the words and images in this book will leave no one indifferent. Starting at World War II and moving toward the present day, WALL OF SHAME demonstrates how greed, violence, and injustice have brought about some of humanity’s greatest failures.

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Patrick Bonneville, designer and publisher. PATRICK BONNEVILLE is a French Canadian publisher and designer from Sutton, Quebec. He graduated with a degree in marketing from the John Molson School of Business. After working in advertising for the agency Cossette and for the Montreal Canadiens hockey team, he decided to dive into the world of publishing. His debut project was the self-published title The World Heritage, which brought him to the attention of major publishers. He teamed up with the Langenscheidt Publishing Group to create Timeless Earth, a spectacular book about the World Heritage Sites. Right after this, he started to work a new series called "HUMANITY". His objective was to create a new illustrated powerful and meaningful book series about our world, about us.

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