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World AIDS Day

In 1988, a summit of health ministers from around the world nominated 1st December as World AIDS Day, a day of action designed to raise public awareness of HIV (human immuno-deficiency virus infection) and AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome). Today is the 26th World AIDS Day. Today, although there is increased access to treatments for […]

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POSTERS, POLITICS, PROTEST: British Political Posters

Conference at the People’s History Museum, Manchester Friday 10th October 2014 Join curators, campaigners and designers to explore the significance of the poster to British political debate. Topics will include the history of posters, design as activism, the management and manipulation of billboards, subversions and internet spoofs, and the influence of new media. Which iconic posters […]

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Credit Crunch

Bang in the middle of the display ‘A World to Win. Posters of Revolution’ you come across an eye catching hot pink, black and white spotty slogan screenprint that screams out from the gallery ‘There’s A Credit Crunch Not A Creative Crunch’. The creative industries battle cry – designed and printed by Aida Wild. Aida […]

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Signage at Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury Festival Signs, Banners and Posters

The Glastonbury Festival pay close attention to the small details in everything as well as masterminding the big picture. This can be seen in the careful, thoughtful presentation of words and graphics. The festival is rich in text and they enrich its character and connectivity with the audiences. Words to show you the way, make […]

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