For the second Poster Monday spot of the day we have a poster from Huimin Su, designed to be a reminder of the danger of the most extreme form of modern warfare. Huimin was born in China, has a Major in Visual Communication Design, is member of International Design Council (ICO-D) and a ILIA_ International Landscape Planning and Design Industry Association. Huimin ‘s work has been in Italy, Germany, Ukraine, Serbia, China and other places.
Human explains the concept behind the poster: “August 6, 2015 is the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. 70 years have passed since WWII, but each country has yet to reach full consensus on the war, thereby constraining the overall summary of the lessons of history. Some right-wing forces within countries face potential challenges that may rise to bring peace to the world, international peace forces, including China, should be vigilant, and jointly safeguard the fruits of victory of anti-fascist war. At the same time, to learn the lessons of history, in accordance with the principle of mutual benefit to promote the coordination of national development interests, to lay a solid material foundation for universal and lasting peace. I hope now in peacetime for us; for we are celebrating the victory of the war, do not forget the history!”
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