Photo and design Pamela Lindgren 2012 ©.
The non profit project RECYCLE ME by Pamela Lindgren
Recycle Me science seminar and exhibition at 3:e Våningen in collaboration with the Science Festival 2012 in Gothenburg. Participating panel, Pamela Lindgren Designer, Michael Olausson professor in Transplant Surgery, Markus Gäbel Transplant Surgeon, Håkan Hedman honorary doctor of medicine at Sahlgrenska Academy at Gothenburg University and and Federal Chairman of the Swedish Kidney Association, Ulla Nyström Transplant Coordinator at Transplantation Sahlgrenska university hospital.
Recycle Me wishes to thank all of the visitors and the expert panel for taking part in the science festival 2012! We also like to thank 3:e Våningen for hosting the exhibition and the panel debate, thank you!
"Recycle me is a non-profit design proposal to benefit human organ donation. The idea of the proposal is t-shirts prints and jewellery in the shape of human organs. By wearing a t-shirt or jewellery people will make a pro-donation statement.
The lack of human organs today is costing the lives of many people in need of new organs. It also is taking many people’s lives through the illegal market based on organ robbery. The situation is unacceptable and must be changed. Recycle me is a step in the right direction to create a better world. Recycle me also encourages you to make your wishes known by registering with the organ donations register www.donationsradet.se
The profits from the Recycle me project will go to Professor Lars-Erik Gelin Memorial Foundation for Transplant Research."
Read more at the RECYCLE ME blog also on FB to purchase