Silver, Graphis Social&Political Protest Posters (NYC)
Gold, Graphis Poster Annual 2012 (NYC)
Poster for tomorrow, Worldwide Exhibition
Poster for tomorrow | International poster exhibition
Poster For Tomorrow is the main project of 4tomorrow, an independent, non-profit organisation based in Paris.
Their goal is to encourage people of the design community to make posters to stimulate debate on issues that affect us all.
Freedom of expression is a right that the Western world takes for granted. But in many countries, such as Iran, innocent people are persecuted and imprisoned daily due to their pleas for democracy and freedom of the press or for exposing human rights abuses.
This poster was designed after the tragic facts that happened in Iran during the 2009 presidential elections. The poster represents a very politically charged image of controversial Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad standing before a large crowd of himself. The colors are symbolic too, invoking memories of the 2009 Iranian presidential elections and the civil unrest that followed.
Paris, France, Les Arts Décoratifs, Palais du Louvre - Milan, Italy, Triennale di Milano Design Museum - Ankara, Turkey, Bilkent University - Beirut,Lebanon, Lebanese American University - Belgrade, Serbia, The REX, Cultural Lab - Brussels, Belgium - Buenos Aires, Argentina, The University of Buenos Aires - Chungnam, South Korea, SangMyung University - Derry, Northern Ireland, UK, University of Ulster - Gdansk, Poland, The Academy of Fine Arts - Heidelberg, Germany, AM Theaterplaz - La Paz, Bolivia, Museo Nacìonal de Arte - Lima, Perù, Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola - Lisbon, Portugal, LX FACTORY - Los Angeles, California, USA, Seyhoon Gallery - Marrakesh, Marocco, ESAV, Ecole Supérieure des Arts Visuels - Montreal, Canada, Université du Québec - Quito, Ecuador, Universidad San Francisco - Seville, Spain, Facultad de Bellas Artes de Sevilla - Strasburg, France, Agora Building, Council of Europe - Stockholm, Sweden, The Design House - Tbilisi, Georgia, Cultural Center of French Embassy - Vienna, Austria, MuseumsQuartier.