Poster Monday: International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons
The first Poster Monday spot of July goes to Matias Vertteramo, a graphic designer from Argentina, who graduated from two schools of arts. Matias is 35 years old and has been working for editorials for more than 8 years, participates in poster biennials, and also designs the art and cover work for rock, pop, and blues bands.
This poster we are featuring here is entitled “International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons”. In 1946 the first resolution was passed in the United Nations to achieve nuclear disarmament, seventy-two years later there are still 15,000 nuclear weapons with the power to end life on earth. This poster tries to promote a call to peace and the elimination of nuclear weapons by means of a natural resource such as a plant, a flower, thus modifying its war-like meaning.
If you would like to find out more about Matias work visit his personal instagram account and website.
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