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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; with explanation about the contamination risks of HIV infected women to their children through pregnancy and childbirth. Colour lithograph, ca. 1990's.
The word 'HIV +' in bold black and blue letters representing an advertisement for an exhibition entitled: 'HIV +: Posters Against AIDS' designed by students of the University of Potsdam under the supervision of Prof. Lex Drewinski from 26 to 27 January 1995 at the University of Potsdam; advertisement by the AOK Health Fund. Colour lithograph.
- Drewinski, Lex, 1951-
A series of black vertical lines within a white box, similar to a barcode, with the label 'Dia Mundial del SIDA. No dejes que te etiqueten' [World AIDS Day. Do not let you label]; with a list of 10 points below; an advertisement for a poster the 2nd poster competition to mark World AIDS Day within held within Spanish prisons. Colour lithograph, 1994.
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; with explanation about sexual transmission of the disease and the difficulty in identifying HIV infection. Colour lithograph, ca. 1990's.
The face of a woman in speckled black ink with her eyes scratched in green representing an advertisement for an international exhibition of AIDS posters entitled 'Visual AIDS' from 6 to 19 November 1989 by the Berliner AIDS-Hilfe e.V and Deutschen AIDS-Hilfe e.V; a project of the seminar "AIDS and the Arts" of the University of Western Ontario in collaboration with the AIDS-Hilfe London and Canada. Colour lithograph by Detlev Pusch.