The assignment was to create a PSA poster, brochure, or magazine spread of any subject choice along with incorporating a historical graphic style of our choice.
I chose the Swiss International Style to give the poster a simple yet direct message for anti-teen pregnancy. The design emphasis is using the feeling of uncertainty after reading the results of a pregnancy test from a teenager's point of view. The opaque blue line represents the "false negative" result that appears quickly in every test which is why that is first viewable object to see. The feeling of uncertainty comes into play when the observer sees the transparent line passing through the negative, indicating the positive result. The tagline along with the statistics on the bottom reinforces the anti-teenage pregnancy message by stating the irony on how being positive is actually a negative thing.