This poster campaign deals with the topic of women’s rights in today’s society and in different cultures. Created in the spirit of social graphic design, it focuses on the massive oppression of women in different culture groups and countries around the world with the aim of raising awareness of the serious issue of the ongoing violence and assaults committed against women. The individual posters symbolically represent the suffering inflicted on women through the motif of a flower, the calla lily, shown in various renditions. Serving as a symbol of innocence and love, the flower is manipulated artistically on each poster and shows foreign interference that hurts and even destroys them, such as a rope used to tie down and thus oppress women or acid used for mutilation. Each modification on the flower points to a form of violence that still continues to be committed against women on a daily basis without being avenged.
- Creative Directors Mustafa Karakas
- Art Directors Mustafa Karakas
- Designers Mustafa Karakas
- Illustrators Mustafa Karakas
- Photographers Mustafa Karakas
- Editors Mustafa Karakas
- Copywriters Mustafa Karakas