• A stippled impression of a woman with long hair decorated with flowers wearing an off-the- shoulder gown and pearls sitting between the pink line drawn legs of a woman; with the statement 'Vienna is the other way'; an advertisement for a gay event from 11 June to 7 July [199-] in Vienna [?] organised by sieben zu eins Kulturkontor. Colour lithograph.
  • A bearded man in earrings and a nun's uniform holding an apple while tweaking the nipple of a naked man; a snake entwines the two figures; an advertisement for the London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard. Lithograph.
  • The words 'AIDS' forming the centre of a maze with four figures on the outside holding maps in an attempt to find their way in, an illustration by Ingram Pinn; an advertisement for a meeting in Berlin about HIV and homeopathy by Dr Karin Bandelin and Dr Almut Gestrich on 26 October 1993 at the headquarters of Kursiv, the Centre for AIDS and advice for gay men. Photocopy, 1993.
  • A small forlorn-looking man looking up suggesting the feeling that an HIV positive gay person experiences; an advertisement for solidarity for gay and lesbians with HIV by the Coordinadora gai-lesbiana. Colour lithograph, ca. 1996.
  • A queen chess piece next to a condom on a chess board with the diagonal statement in Spanish 'Queen takes control'; advertising the danger of AIDS. Colour lithograph by Ana Busto/Caterina Borelli, ca. 1994.
  • Two men smiling facing forward with their arms wrapped around each other with the message 'My friend is HIV positive, I love him'; an advertisement for solidarity for gay and lesbians with HIV by the Coordinadora gai-lesbiana. Colour lithograph by Josep Bagà and Pep Àvila., ca. 1997.
  • A pair of men's boots and a pair of shoes on floor boards with a message addressed to Jérôme: "When you make love with Gilles, think about protection" with a warning to homosexuals that condoms are the best protection against HIV and STD's when practising anal penetration; advertisement for the Ecoute Gaie and SIDA Info Service by the Ministère de la Santé Publique et de l'Assurance Maladie. Colour lithograph.
  • A hand behind a microphone with erect penises as fingers, the central finger wearing a condom; advertising safe sex for lesbians and homosexuals. Colour lithograph for the SAD Schorer Stichting.
  • Two plus signs [for HIV positive] separated by a line with two arrows pointing right [for the male symbol] representing an advertisement for HanseGay, 1995, a cultural event by Rat + Tat e.V. for gays and lesbians. Colour lithograph by Langenhan, 1995.
  • President George H.W. Bush and Barbara Pierce Bush represented as members of "the Rich White Penis Club", with speech bubbles; anti-government protest about US AIDS policies by Enema Productions. Photocopy.