Poster Monday: Protect whales
For the Poster Monday spot of the day we have a poster from a previously featured designer Su Huimin for his poster entitled “Protect whales”. Su Huimin was born in China and his works have won a number of national and international awards and have been published in foreign websites such as POSTER POSTER, the UN headquarters in New York, Israel, Ukraine, China, the UN headquarters in Europe, South Korea, Mexico, Russia, Ecuador, Austria, the Czech Republic, the United States, Germany, Italy, Serbia and other places on display.
The International Whaling Commision says that it is well known that overexploitation by the whaling industry led to serious declines in many of the world’s populations of whales, although thankfully no species was brought to extinction and many are now in the process of recovering, although not all; that’s why we should not stop being aware of the importance of whales in our world. According to Su Huimin, he created this poster showing “a large number of human killings of whales and other marine life, used to consume at the table. In order to alert people to protect the marine life, the whale’s tail bleeds in the form of plates and other cutlery and flames”.
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