Poster Monday: Belarus
The last poster of March is “Belarus” designed by Ivan Volyanskyi, a 28 years old motion designer born in the industrial city of Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine.
Protests erupted in the former Soviet country last August after Lukashenko claimed a sixth presidential term in a vote that the opposition and Western diplomats said was rigged. Police in Belarus have detained more than 100 people, including five journalists, local media and a rights group have said, as they gathered for fresh rallies against President Alexander Lukashenko “The concept is to show clearly what is happening in the neighboring country – Belarus. There was no creative approach even during the examination … I just looked at the news and immediately a picture appeared in my head my contribution, although small … but I think it is… it is publicity and cultural protest against the dictatorship and violence! The poster is still alive and a very important communication tool and will be for a very long time! I always make posters as I have free time” tell us Ivan
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