The Poster Monday spot of the day belongs to Nacho Arbesú from Spain for his poster entitled This is not a Machine Nacho was born in Asturias, Spain. He graduated in Geography and History specializing in Art History. He owns a degree in Arts and Design from the School of the Arts of Oviedo.
The poster was originally created for Poster4Tomorrow’s 2014 edition Work Right! Which advocated for the right to work without any kind of discrimination or exploitation. This poster was one of the TOP10 selected, and also won the Second Place in social and political posters category of the Bolivia Poster Biennial in 2015. “I inquired about the situation of the people manufacturing clothes for miserables wages and conditions of slavery, which I tried to represent through a static sitting figure which merges with a sewing machine and an endless fabric that crosses the poster”, says Nacho.