Nine posters promoting the benefits of sexual abstinence and warnings about the importance of condoms and safe sex by the National AIDS Stategy, Health Canada. Lithograph.
Children's artwork from the World AIDS Day poster contest, each bearing the words 'time to act'; advertisement for AIDS awareness by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. Lithograph.
A motorbike helmet inscribed with the letters 'UConn'; promotion for use of protection and safe sex by the Student Health Services. Colour lithograph by Shelley Czaban, 1992
A man and woman between curtains in which a penis is enveloped at the top with a set of three further images of a woman's face, a person injecting and a half skeletal face of a woman within frames composed of bones; the words 'Women' and 'AIDS' emblazoned across the poster in pink lettering; a winning poster for World AIDS Day by Manuel Pagaragan, Jr. of Ferrington High School, Oahu, Hawaii. Colour lithograph.
A naked man drapes a kimono around the shoulders of another man within an oriental decorative red border incorporating flowers; advertisement for Kimono Condoms and safe sex to prevent AIDS. Colour lithograph by Mark I. Chester.
A woman holds a condom as a man holds her with a packet of latex condoms and a warning to always use one to prevent the spread of AIDS; part of the Think Twice advertisement poster campaign by Channing L. Bete Co. Colour lithograph, 1993.
An information sheet about an anti-AIDS poster exhibition designed and produced by Artis as part of a collaboration with the Unesco/WHO AIDS prevention education programme. Colour lithograph by Bruno Ughetto
The naked body of a child amidst empty bottles in a rubbish tip with a warning about the need to fight alcholism and AIDS by the Seattle Indian Health Board. Colour lithograph by Shenoa Egawa Poster Designs, 1994.
A map of Ireland with figures and Aids helpline numbers; advertisement by the Southern Health Board. Colour lithograph by Kieran O'Connor, November 1992
The male sign with a condom on the arrow representing an advertisement for the New Zealand AIDS Foundation. Colour lithograph by DMB&B NZ and Rob Poulton.
A man and woman sit in discussion at a table surrounded by illustrations and text relating to the services provided by the London Lighthouse centre for those with AIDS and HIV. Colour lithograph, 1991.
World War One: an exhibition poster with illustration of the Royal Army Medical Corps on active service. Colour halftone, 1968, after a painting by H. Mackey.