A series of three ChildLine campaign posters that i designed while at University of Westminster.
The wording was taking from a song that was about someone running away from their problems. My aim was to turn something negative into a positive campaign that speaks out to teenagers at their level.I wanted to keep the posters simple by using "happy" or "positive" colours representing their is always hope or a light.
All three posters have the same look and feel. The boxes with folded corners represent wounds. The folded corners are like plasters that you can peel off to heal the wounds.
Throughout each posters, you will notice the Green poster has quite a few boxes with the folded corners which represents problems and wide gaps between each words representing distance.
As things get better through help, your problems will feel less daunting and you will feel closer to the people around you, this is represented in the Blue poster.
The Yellow poster represents the end of the journey. You will notice there are no gaps where it's more about coming together as a whole e.g. family.
No matter what happens or one feels, there is always hope and the door is always open for help...