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Amazing Posters: A Home For Everyone

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 12-12-2013 20:35 | Category: Design, Homelessness



A Home For Everyone

The quality of the work submitted for the poster for tomorrow project is getting better and better. The most recent project A Home for Everyone is stunning.
The goal of the poster for tomorrow project is to make posters to stimulate debate on issues that affect us all.

A Home for Everyone is the 5th annual project. It’s about the universal right to housing.

From all entries, I chose five.
See all entries including the ten best here. You’ll love it.

Above: “Le plus grand hôtel de Paris” from Rousseau Fabien, France.


“Scream” from Alajbeg Afrodite, Hungary:

A Home For Everyone

“Let’s live for today” from Bunsopis Prim, Thailand:

A Home For Everyone

“A Home For Everyone” from Kawaguchi Toshifumi, Japan:

A Home For Everyone

“Lost Intimacy” from Dos Santos Priscillia, Belgium:

A Home For Everyone


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