One thousand words

Todkill, Anne Marie
January 2006
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;1/31/2006, Vol. 174 Issue 3, p358
Academic Journal
This article reports on the inclusion of Health Canada's anti-smoking message in the exhibition entitled, "Safe: Design Takes on Risk," held at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in 2006. The exhibition installed designed consumer goods, packaging and safety messages. Health Canada's message was one of the two tobacco-package labels selected for the exhibition.


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