JWDK designs vintage chinese posters to help fight the coronavirus
 

JWDK designs vintage chinese posters to help fight the coronavirus

shanghai studio JWDK has designed a series of posters that aim to contribute to the fight against the coronavirus COVID-19 in china. dubbed stay clean, stay strong, the campaign includes four posters that communicate good hygiene in and around the workplace.

JWDK designs vintage chinese posters to help fight the coronavirus
‘take care of yourself so you may take care of others’ offers the tools you can use to protect yourself from infection

 

 

the design of the stay clean, stay strong poster series by JWDK pays homage to old chinese public health posters from the 1950s. with each poster illustrated using soft colors and vertically typeset chinese instructions, the design and its message echos the recommendations laid out by the government and WHO, the world health organization.

JWDK designs vintage chinese posters to help fight the coronavirus
‘get a handle on virus prevention’ highlights key touch points that may harbor germs

 

 

the four posters have a different message together with its illustration. the first one is called make it a team effort and it demonstrates that every little thing helps in the fight against COVID-19. the second one is called get a handle on virus protection and it highlights key touch points that may harbor germs. the third one says take care of yourself so you may take care of others and it offers the tools you can use to protect yourself from infection. last but not least, your hands are your first line of defense shows correct hand-washing techniques and its recommended duration.

 

‘JWDK hopes that these posters will be a gentle (yet constant) reminder for employers and their staff of the methods and tools necessary to ensure a more hygienic working environment. stay clean, ctay strong!’ – comments the studio.

JWDK designs vintage chinese posters to help fight the coronavirus

‘your hands are your first line of defence’ shows correct hand-washing technique and recommended duration by the WHO

JWDK designs vintage chinese posters to help fight the coronavirus
‘make it a team effort! COVID-19 stay clean, stay strong’ – encouraging everyone to take individual action to stop the spread of germs

 

 

project info:

 

name: stay clean, stay strong

designed by: JWDK

type: posters

 

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