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For the convocation of the Poster for Tomorrow contest in 2012 about "Gender Equality Now" I created this graphic proposal to denounce a big orib… Read More
For the convocation of the Poster for Tomorrow contest in 2012 about "Gender Equality Now" I created this graphic proposal to denounce a big orible phenomenon. Nowadays there is a discriminatory phenomenon for women much more alarming that the difficulty of making a career: FEMICIDE. Every year a staggering number of women are murdered by someone they love. A father, a friend, a husband, even a son. The numbers are huge, it is estimated that every four hours a woman, daughter, mother, girlfriend, wife is a victim of murder. A splash of blood to represent violence, a red spot to dominate the composition. The color of love, yes, that passion which often becomes possession and generates blood and death. A cry to awaken women: any man who abuses you, hurts you, NOT loves you. In any case, the violence can't be called love. THIS ISN’T LOVE. DENOUNCE VIOLENCE Read Less
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For the contest "Poster for Tomorrow" 2012 about "Gender Equality Now" I created this graphic proposal to denounce a big orrible phenomenon.

Nowadays there is a discriminatory phenomenon for women much more alarming that the difficulty of making a career: it is called FEMICIDE.
 
Every year a staggering number of women are murdered by someone they love.

A father, a friend, an husband, even a son. The numbers are huge, it is estimated that every four hours a woman, daughter, mother, girlfriend, wife is a victim of murder.
 
A splash of blood to represent violence, a red spot to dominate the composition.
Red, the color of love, yes, that passion which often becomes possession and generates blood and death.

A scream to awake women: any man who abuses you, hurts you, NOT LOVES YOU.
In any case, the violence can't be called love. THIS ISN’T LOVE. DENOUNCE VIOLENCE