- — GOOD 50x70 2011 —Social awareness posters
- — Giant Panda Conservation —Winning posterWhilst the Giant Panda population has stabilised due to conservation efforts, the continued loss of habitat, illegal black-market poaching and the accidental killing or injuring of pandas in traps set for musk deers and black bears continue to threaten pandas’ already precarious existence. The Giant Panda has become an analogy for all endangered creatures, ergo we have strived to create a deliberate juxtaposition between the very real, harsh realties facing Giant Pandas and media’s often cartoonish interpretation of the Giant Pandas.Our poster is a unabated call-to-action highlighting the continued dangers faced by China’s Giant Panda. Please continue to support the charities and conservation societies protecting and fighting for endangered species around the world.
- — Protect Marine Turtles —
Winning posterMarine turtles are critically endangered: beach development, imprecise long-line fishing and an illegal black-market demand for turtleshells for both decoration and supposed health benefits are pushing marine turtles ever closer to extinction.Marine turtles play a key role in two critical ecosystems important to humans—oceans and beaches/dunes. Green Sea Turtles are one of the few creatures that control the development of sea grass which must be kept short for the oceans to remain healthy. Sea Grass provides an essential breeding and development areas for many species of fish and other marine life. The threats facing marine turtles endanger the world’s oceans.The poster utilises oldstyle naturalist illustrations: if we do not act now marine turtles will become only illustrations.
- — The End Result —Currently of Least Concern (IUCN 3.1) Homo sapiens continue to pollute the world: uncontrollable emissions, unabated global consumerism and destruction of the ozone layer all threaten and endanger our planet’s fragile existence. The end result, once we have boiled the oceans and blackened the skies will be our own final destruction.“Where is the thicket? Gone. Where is the eagle? Gone. The end of living and the beginning of survival.”— Chief Seattle