For the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Amnesty International organised a month-long exhibition focusing specifically on Article 19: Right to freedom of opinion and expression.
Me and 4 other designers were each asked to make a poster together with a partner organisation. I worked with Free Press Unlimited and Bits of Freedom to create two posters that look at the influence of technology on Article 19.
The posters work as a direct response to each other. The white poster shows seemingly positive news about technology. Once you come a little closer the texts reveal a darker side of the story hidden beneath the words. The red poster zooms in on this, but fragments of the text are hidden in plain sight on the white poster.