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    This is my bachelor degree thesis project, a series of 6 posters for Sea Shepherd Conservation Society about whaling. Also featured on posi+tive … Read More
    This is my bachelor degree thesis project, a series of 6 posters for Sea Shepherd Conservation Society about whaling. Also featured on posi+tive mag: http://www.positive-magazine.com/design/sea-shepherd-conservation-society-infographic-posters/ Read Less
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Sea Shepherd Infographic Posters
This is my thesis project for my Bachelor Degree in Industrial Design. I designed these posters (50x70cm) for Sea Shepherd, as I had to develop an industrial object. So I decided that a series of posters regarding whaling and SSCS operations would have been a good subject, and the posters could be put on sale on their website, helping them raising funds for future campaigns.
These 3 posters are about the most hunted whales in modern whaling. On the left there's a brief description of the whale, under the illustration of the whale itself there are 3 icons indicating weight, immersion time and speed. On the right there are icons regarding the diet, the animals eaten are black. On the right side there's a map with the habitat of the whales, the scale with a human and the conservation status.
This poster is about whaling itself, it explains what is the International Whaling Commission, the moratorium on commercial whaling, where are Whale Sanctuaries, which whales are hunt, what is done whit the meat, bones and blubber and also there is a paragraph explaining the japanese fleet.
This poster is about whaling countries (Iceland, Norway and Japan) and the economics of whaling compared to whale-watching.
This last poster is about Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. It explains when it was created and has a brief story of Paul Watson. It then explains the current campaigns around the globe, the last decade's highlights and the current fleet.