Looking through the list of inspirational material, there were a couple of designs that stood out to me. One of which is pictured in the link above. It's of a picture of two people, one, a native New Zealander I'm assuming with tattoos on his face, and the other a caucasian person with words written on her face to mimic the tattoos of the first person. I found this piece interesting because it focuses on a different group of people than a lot of social design. Facial tattoos are still not widely excepted in our society, so to have a piece of artwork talking about excepting someone for these reasons is a different approach to the overall problem of coexistence. Also, I think that having these two people nose to nose with the words on the face mimicking the tattoos works very well design wise.