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Poster designed for the nonprofit Project Poster for Tomorrow, whose theme was The Right to Education in connection with an activity called "A Day for Tomorrow", which celebrates the anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights with an exhibition which took place in several countries around the world.
About the topic of the Education as brief and considering that the purpose of the Millennium Development Goals adopted by all UN members, aims to achieve primary education universal, where "all the world's children are able to complete their primary education", was created this proposal reflects an unfortunate reality faithful to all encouraging statistics of the millions of children around the world, who for various reasons not go to school, a clear warning sign that all contribute to what we do in favor of real change.
This poster has been awarded with:
Bronze Award in the AGDIE (Asian Graphic Design Invitation Exhibition) South Korea
Bronze Prize in the 10th International Poster Triennial in Toyama, Japan
Honorable Mention in the 12th BICM (International Poster Biennial in Mexico)
Top 10. Poster for Tomorrow. Paris, France.
The 100 selected posters were exhibited in: Austria, Bolivia, Botswana, Canada, Colombia, Congo, Ecuador, France, Georgia, Ghana, Guinea, India, Lebanon, Mexico, Morocco, Pakistan, Peru, Qatar, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, United States and Venezuela