Cancer, Hope & Life Part II

Iranian designers' contribution to San Ignacio de Loyola exhibition to fight cancer was quite remarkable.
Here is a pick of some of the best visuals made in Iran and submitted to this international poster contest and show.

Cancer, Hope & Life

scare cancer with healthy food

San Ignacio de Loyola University, Art & Design programme has organised an international poster exhibition entitled: “Cancer, Hope And Life” that was held June 19 in Lima, PerĂº.
More than 200 posters were submitted, with 77 posters making it to the final selection. Countries like Iran, Lebanon, South Africa, Mexico, Chile, Colombia and PerĂº have contributed with their work.
San Ignacio de Loyola University, conscious of its social role, managed to create a network of professionals and students of different cultures, to team up and design toward giving hope an life to those who are fighting cancer in their daily lives.
A worldwide touring exhibition is set to follow this year.

As for Lebanon’s involvement, there were seven posters from the Lebanese American University (LAU) that got selected (six were designed by students and one is the work of a professor).

The following are the shortlisted Lebanese contributions along with a sample of good other visuals also submitted from LAU students.

get examined, you won't regret it

cancer isn't an illusion


No war, No blood for oil!

Here is sample of bright graphic visual representations of our world--design expression that have the power to (and should) engage the viewer in debates and controversies around the causalities of war.

Social communication
By the World Wild Fund (WWF)

Such graphic efforts trigger greater awareness towards major issues.

Our world is in dire need of serious creative thinking that can help fight meaningless wars and increasing deplorable greed.

It's simple math indeed!

What Design 961 is seeking is a redirection of our creative communication resources toward the things that will make lives better. Toward the effort to make our world, better.

By Frank Stillitano

By Rubyred

By Scott Robinson

Let's engage genuinely in graphic activism for a better home on planet earth!
The duty of the designer is to defeat the lie!

Posted By Hussein S. Jaafar