Dariush Allahyari

Exhausting Breath

Although we are all aware of the excessive pollution that we face in urban areas, we have, so far, been unable to find a solution for our rising problem. That being said, we seem to be okay with the current situation, as if pollution has become a part of our everyday livelihood and with every breath it consumes us even more.

Iran
2017

Tanya Teibtner

Climate Change

Guilt is always the others. Here you can see the four most influential countries in the world (China, the United States of America, Germany and Russia) and how they deal with climate change.

Germany
2018

Jianping He

Kein Mensch

China
2010

Michael Allocca

Everything legal. Everything clean.

Don´t worry. You can be sure that German authorities and agencies will pursue their work with absolute thoroughness and order. All work procedures are kept to as required, so an archiving of all files and records in an exemplary manner can be guaranteed.

Germany
2013

Annika Hänni

We Will Grill A Ball

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Switzerland
2017

Anja Rausch

Hart wie Kruppstahl / As Hard as Steel

Hitlers quote about the german boy is well known all over the world. It is both naive and lowbrow at the same time.

Germany
2016

Jakob Kornelli

Form Phallus Function

Form Phallus Function is more than a pun – it points out and criticizes that architecture and design have been a male domain since ever. Simplicity in color and shape, inspired by the iconic bauhaus designs, hit the nail on the head and – in a charming and humorous manner – ridicule this ever lasting motto in design. Less women are never more!

Germany
2017

Kathrin Baumgartner

Let your opinion out

Everyone has the right to a voice. Give your opinion a “reason” to be heard. Stand to your opinion even if not everyone accepts it. Say what you think, even if censorship might prevent you from doing so.

Italy
2014

Vincenzo Fagnani

The capital

The end of an era narrated through the fall of a vincible superhero.
An icon of the 20th century showing his visual strength for the last time before the crash.
A logo immortalized in the moment, this means changes.

Germany
2013

Toan Vu-Huu

Limp Silence

Limp silence is a critique on the Vaticans silence on the child abuses in churches which were/are happening all over the world.

France
2019

Mario Kupcevsky

Shortsighted

There are so many problems in this world that need our attention and will to change. But we focus on a poor group of people fleeing violence and war, whilst our society is being dismantled by powerful interest groups and our environment is going down the drain for profit of the very same groups. We need to focus instead of listening to self-invested politicians and profit oriented media. We also tend to forget that everything is connected and all the issues can not be seen individually – but together. Most of the blurred words amongst others are direct causes for the refugees in focus.

Austria
2019

Mado Klümper

Putinocchio

The character of Pinocchio, known for lying and making up stories, projected onto the Russian president Vladimir Putin.
A personality, who manages to betray the whole world. One significant example is the current crisis in the Ukraine.
A deceitful and seemingly cooperative attitude can sometimes be more violent than visible open brutality.

Germany
2014

Aleksandra Gołebiewska

Chernobyl

The poster is about the Chernobyl disaster in 1986. It shows its negative effects on human health.

Poland
2015

Mario Kupcevsky

Maybe it’s yourself?/(Blame Loop)

We like to blame others, but… Everyone else is poisoning the environment, but… I’m not going to stop flying log distance, drinking from plastic cups, or get rid of my car. (It’s often the right-wing that loves to place the blame on others, and get offended when their own hypocrisy is unmasked).

Germany
2018

Benjamin Kivkoski

Hass erzeugt Hass

Ein Zitat von Paul Ernst scheint mir ganz passend für mein Plakatmotiv zu sein. “Hass erzeugt Hass, aber nie will der Hass sich nach dieser Wahrheit richten. Wie man selbst seinen Mitmenschen begegnet, so begegnen diese einem selbst. Das ist die zentrale Aussage des Plakats.

Germany
2011

Andrew Lewis

Tired

Canada
2010

Felix Kosok

Content Is Missing

Donald and I designed this poster together. He is a big fan of my work. We did a tremendous job. Tremendous. The design is really great. We made graphic design great again. Afterwards we played some Golf and ate Chocolate cake. It was a beautiful piece of chocolate cake, I can tell you that.

Germany
2017

Moises Romero

Education for all

We need to find solutions for making sure that no children are excluded from schooling, educative systems, poverty alleviation, human rights.

Mexico
2012

Lazar Jeremic

No work and no future

Migration, unemployment & islamophobia: three of the current decade’s largest topics – especially in Europe. The poster, written from the perspective of a fictional Mohamed (the most common name in the world according to Wikipedia), highlights the bureaucratic and political difficulties of being a recently migrated foreigner seeking for employment: sitting in front of the typewriter, writing the same sentence over and over, slowly spiralling into madness and waiting for any future.

Switzerland
2019

Miguel Angel Rangel

Monopoly

This poster was made to denounce the concept of corruption. It is a personal vision on monopolistic practices, an analogy between industry and the monarchy where there is a single leader.

Mexico
2016

Leander Eisenmann

Truth Eclipse

Donald Trump darkens the truth by misusing it, piece by piece. In the end, even the shadows lie.

Switzerland
2017

Luís Veiga

kkkkk

Trump represents all kind of extremism. This is beyond politics. This is about basic human decency. Integrity, loyalty, honesty. Trump has misrepresented and attacked the poor, Latinos, African-Americans, Asians, immigrants and other minorities. He has openly mocked the disabled. He has called women “fat pigs”, “dogs”, “slobs” and “disgusting animals”. He’s praised for “telling it like it is,” except that Trump rarely says anything rooted in actual truth.

This is very serious: the most powerful country on earth has a fascist to run for president and about to be nominated as Republican candidate and perhaps President of the United States of America.
My poster is a satire of “kkk” using the “dunce cap” and the internet slang “kkkkk” for a big laughing.

Portugal
2016

Lea Lippelt

Handmade

Many of the things we wear are made by kids. Child labour is still an issue and can not be forgotten about. This what I want to draw attention to with my poster. Clothing sold in Germany may also be made by children. The dress I used is meant to show that no matter how beautiful an item may be, it might come from a place that is just the opposite.

Germany
2012

Béla Meiers

Same but different

In average, women are paid 22% less than men. The paper used for the poster is a German wage slip, the rest speaks for itself.

Germany
2015

Stefan Aebi

Helvetia

The Swiss popular initiative “Against mass immigration”, launched by the national conservative swiss peoples party, was accepted by a majority of the electorate (50,3%). It aims to limit immigration through quotas. This not only causes a loss of image, but threatens the bilateral treaties between the European Union and Switzerland. It’s a shame.

Austria
2014

Christina Hermainski

Time For A Cahnge

National and international turmoil has divided our political landscape and given way to right-wing parties. We must band together to create positive change!

Germany
2019

Stefan Neubauer

Popo-listen

Hungary, Great Britain, France, USA, … The rise of populist politicians and parties is increasing worldwide. Time to hold a mirror up to the protagonists and supporters. Translation: Populisten – german for „populists“ / Popo – german for „bum“)

Germany
2017

Kai Bergmann

Hund

“Plakate sind interaktiv.
Und provokativ.
Dieses mal nicht dekorativ.
Aber dafür plakativ.

Germany
2011

Ulrike Würfel

Africa

It is the second largest continent of the world. More than 1.000.000.000 people live here, spread over 54 different countries. Its territory covers about 30.200.000 km² and is split up into 6 time zones. More than 2000 languages are spoken on this continent. But still, over and over again, we only talk about “Africa”.

Germany
2016

Finn Reimer

We are the people

This poster depicts a political slogan chanted in the Monday demonstrations in 1989/1990, as a protest against the GDR government.

Nowadays the masses have found the internet to voice protest and express their opinion. Anytime and immediately on can exert influence through online petitions, in comment sections or by hitting like buttons. The poster shows this shift in our culture of demonstration by a swarm of mouse pointers and thereby shows how a large number of individual elements can shape the public understanding.

Germany
2017