Keeping The Memory Alive Poster

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  • "Keeping The Memory Alive" - International Poster Competition 2012 is a project funded by the grant programme of the Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education, Remembrance and Research (ITF). Partnering in the project: Yad Vashem, Israel; Mémorial de la Shoah, France; and the European Shoah Legacy Institute, Czech Republic, in cooperation with theHolocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme.

    An international panel of distinguished judges, comprising experts in both design and in Holocaust Education, selected the 16 best posters from more than 300 submitted by design students from France, Israel and the Czech Republic on the subject “Keeping The Memory Alive” (Children in the Holocaust). The display is being mounted across the world to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27, 2012.
    In today's world, where so many issues of importance seize global attention and attract debate, this exhibition showcases 16 young designers who have recognized the centrality of Holocaust Remembrance. The unique collection of posters reflects each designer's personal attempt to focus upon the memory of the Holocaust.

  • Since I was a child, I remember myself learning and hearing stories about the Holocaust. There were always lots of numbers involved, numbers that were beyond my youthful comprehension. The purpose of this poster is to examine cold data and give it an info-graphic meaning that will arouse emotion and foster understanding.
  • Publication in Yad VaShem Website
    Publication in Yad ITF WebSite