Poster Monday: Freedom
For the first Poster Monday of October we featuring the poster “Freedom” from our previously featured designer Neda Abbasali Zadeh from Mashhad, Iran.
Iran at this moment is experiencing a very important social movement, part of its society no longer supports the restrictions and abuses imposed on women, sadly the trigger for this was the loss of the life of the young Mahsa Amini in the hands of the Police Moral. The voices in the country and outside of it demand freedom, we hope that they achieve it not only in this country but that one day not too far away the freedom of women in the world will not be a wish but a reality.
Neda tell us “Freedom is nothing but the right to live the way we want, and we do not have the simplest right in our country, Iran. Women are arrested and killed or imprisoned for saying the smallest right to choose. We do not have the right to speak and This means being in a cage. Life without freedom is like a body without a soul. In my poster, I depicted the bound and captive hands of young women and girls of my country to make their captivity known to the whole world”.
If you would like to learn more from Neda and her work visit her web page and stay tuned with us until we reveal the next Poster Monday spot, visit our facebook page and find out more about poster news, events and competitions.