Help Japan get Back in Shape

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 29-07-2011 21:32 | Category: Design, Environment, Health, Homelessness

Help Japan get Back in Shape

We didn’t a few posts with a lot of artwork earlier this year about the earthquake in Japan. And I have still more artwork in my mailbox.
To be honest Japan wasn’t in my mind very often the recently.

I’m glad Simon from DETUSCH&LUBA send my this recent work.
Is is about that first aid after a disaster isn’t the final station for help. It is the beginning.

“The world watched in shock when a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and a tsunami hit the northeast coast of Japan.
More than four months later, a least 9000 are still missing and relief groups are straining to provide assistance.
Millions of people are without water, power, heat and transportation. Japan still needs your help.”

The poster was exhibited at this year’s Act Responsible Expo at Cannes Lions.

Many more artwork about the Japan disaster:
- Act Responsible: Great creative in support of Japan
- Rene Wanner’s Poster Page / Posters about the earthquake in Japan

Related Japan disaster posts at Osocio:
- JapanSaver
- Help Japan with W+K
- Help Japan II
- Help Japan III

Help Japan get Back in Shape

The Japanese Red Cross Society
DETUSCH&LUBA, Copenhagen, Denmark
Additional credits:
Creative Director: Simon de Tusch-Lec
Managing Director: Louis Paldrup
Project Coordinator: Kristian Malling Granov
Creatives: Louis Paldrup & Simon de Tusch-Lec

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