Poster Monday: White Pollution
The first Poster Monday spot in December belongs to Eduardo Davit from Uruguay. He studied Graphic Design at ORT Uruguay and to this day he works in his own studio in the City of Colonia del Sacramento as a graphic designer and photographer. Eduardo feels a passion for graphic design and especially poster design, highlighting his message and contribution to society, in 2018 together with two other designers they created the Uruguay Cartel festival, an international poster design event that is materialized in exhibitions, talks and workshops. Eduardo has been selected and invited, exhibiting his work in more than 20 countries in prominent events and biennials poster design
The White Pollution poster tells us about the great problem that plastic generates that ends up in the oceans where fauna dies from it, more than 1 million seabirds and 100,000 marine animals die from plastic pollution every year. Eduardo shows us with his poster the dimension of this problem since every day around 8 million pieces of plastic makes their way into our oceans and 1 in 3 fish caught for human consumption contains plastic.
If you would like to learn more from Eduardo Davit and his work visit his website and remember to submit your poster for the next edition of Poster Monday. Find all the info you need in our submissions page, and facebook.