Archive for September 10th, 2010

HIV/Aids Ad Campaigns run the gamut from targeting ignorance, fear, pain, genocide, to scaring the crap out you. Here are 10 examples. This 1980′s HIV/Aids Ad Campaign ‘Fight the Fear with the Facts’ remind us of a time when people thought contracting HIV/Aids was the same as catching a cold from others.

“My panels are like a performance and not a copy of real life. Every character wears a creation of mine, my personal vision of style” – aleXsandro Palombo Author and artist aleXsandro Palombo‘s ‘Karl Lagerfeld Vision of a Funeral’, in collaboration with Humor Chic, is a small illustrated work of art by cunjuring up and [...]

OHWOW (Miami) presents a solo exhibition of works chronicling New York’s fledgling skateboard scene from the early 90s by legendary photographer Ari Marcopoulos. Ari Marcopoulos has cemented himself as one of the most influential cultural anthropologists of the last three decades. His body of work focused on marginal pockets of American life and chronicled the early [...]

Powerful advertising peice: People Against Racism: Facebook 1939 “After the establisment of the Slovak state on the 14th of March 1939 a lot of people lost lots of friends.” The origin of an independent Slovak state in 1939 was accompanied by racial oppression and later by the deportation of Jews to concentration camps. Print, which [...]

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