Simple Solutions – Ed Dingli

Simples Solutions – Ed Dingli
The world is full of complicated problems, but the solutions are all quite simple.
Dealing with the state of our planet and the way we’re mistreating it can seem like an overwhelming task – but when you think about it, the solutions are all quite simple. All we need to do is try our best to harmonise our routines with the natural rhythms of nature, living more in tune with mother nature’s patterns – respecting our precious resources and using organic, natural processes to our advantage. The birds and the bees and the trees and the worms and the shrooms, the soils and forests and corals and dunes. There’s a system already in place and every element is ready to work in harmony with each other, we just need to let it flow.
Inspired by a summer facilitating workshops at a permaculture centre in Sintra, Portugal.
Ed Dingli

Giclée print on high quality fine-art museum 310g paper.
Signed by the artist.
Dimensions – 29,7 x 42 cm (A3) and 50 x 70 cm


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Simple Solutions – Ed Dingli
Ed Dingli is an illustrator & designer whose work is driven by socio-political, cultural and environmental subjects. He feels driven to respond to worldly injustices with vibrant visuals that aim to connect with, support or inspire viewers. His style is continually developing as he is actively experimenting with form and technique, using different methods of printmaking and exploring both analogue and digital processes.

Following graduation from Malta’s Institute of Art & Design, Ed moved to the UK to continue his studies in graphic communication at the University for the Creative Arts (UCA), where he culminated his studies with a thesis on social responsibility & ethics in design. Following this, Ed worked for London based creative studio Nice and Serious, where he worked on creative campaigns for the United Nations Development Programme, WWF and Refugee Action among others.

More recently, Ed moved to Portugal where he works as an independent artist and freelance illustrator with a focus on creating impactful visuals for causes including human rights, climate action and environmental regeneration.

Weight 500 g

50 x 70 cm, A3

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