Jean-Benoit Levy's posters

Those Swiss Posters created at Studio AND since 1988. Produced mostly on the Swiss "Weltformat" size ( 128 x 90.5 cm ) ~ ( 50 x 35.5 Inches ) they have been…
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a heart is in the center of a multicolored square with words teach peace on it
Teach Love
Like a ongoing sound that is transforming, this composition mutate itself from the straight cold dark edges of the rectangular format to become a circular glowing element in its center. Morphing slowly from one shape to the other with small variations, this composition symbolize the surrounding changes in the natural order that is permanently transforming us.
an image of two people in the same photo, one is torn apart and the other has tape on it
Brother
The word "brother" in Cyrillic, understood in both the Ukraine and Russian languages, connects both halves of the poster, reminding us that today’s enemies, while understanding the same message, were brothers in the past.
an image of a woman's face with the word jels on it in red and green
Bella Ciao
The murder of Mahsa Amini, as well as the inhumane treatment of countless prisoners of conscience in Iran, is proof that the current regime of this country is on the wrong path. In response to these human rights violations, we want to show our solidarity with the uprising of the Iranian people. Visually, this poster expresses our sadness, admiration, and respect for a woman who did something as natural as naturally enjoying her freedom. As a farewell message, we send her "Goodbye Beauty," paying homage to the emblematic song of resistance "Bella Ciao," which has now become the anthem of the Iranian resistance in this generational conflict.
an image of a bar code on a black background that appears to be made out of metal bars
The fight on the global pandemic has possibly taken a terrible toll on human rights and individual freedom in an unprecedented way. By combining two iconographic imagery : a censor bar with a bar code masking a person's eyes and mouth, the poster expresses the anonymity of any standardized administrative decisions toward each individual.
Jean-Benoit Levy: Hope v.s. Dream: Your vote - Your Voice Design, Voting Posters, Get Out The Vote, Professional Association, Hope, Professional, Prints
Get Out the Vote Detail Page
Jean-Benoit Levy: Hope v.s. Dream: Your vote - Your Voice
there are many birds flying in the sky with arrows and arrows on them, all over
Self produced poster. Weltformat. Silkscreen. 3 colors. ( 50 x 35.6 Inches )
two hands holding a bird's nest with the words together
Poster for a Goldsmith in Basel, Switzerland
black and white abstract artwork with the moon in the background
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first step on the moon
With the goal to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, Jean-Benoit Levy contacted Martin Venezky for the pictorial part of the poster he was planning. Levy who long observed the poetic photo-compositions of Venezky, who holds an MFA in Design from Cranbrook Academy of Art, was dreaming of working with one of his compositions for a long time. Two different graphical approaches intertwined into a unique collaboration for this self-produced Swiss poster-size work.
the arabic text is written in black and white
Jean-Benoit Levy. Poster on the theme "Coexistence". 30 x 50 Inches
an abstract image of grass and rocks on a yellow background with white lines in the foreground
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“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, but not every man's greed.” This quote from Gandhi was the starting point of making this self produced poster as a statement about what is happening today with our individual, familial, communital and global environment in matter of ecological, social and economical behavior.
an image of a computer screen with lines in the center and numbers on it, all connected together
Jean-Benoit Levy: The World Wide Web
Jean-Benoit Levy : Poster against weapons. Even if we don't like them and don't buy them, weapons enter our private life trough the culture such as movies or general imagery. They come naturally in the hands of our children trough toys and stories. Their presence is exciting, brings fear or respect, as well as the illusion of safety. The silhouette of a human surended by guns that are building a camouflage pattern expresses how powerless we are as individuals, facing the weapon industry. Camouflage, Toys, Homicide, Illusions, Fear, Assault Weapon
More Money = Less Love
Jean-Benoit Levy : Poster against weapons. Even if we don't like them and don't buy them, weapons enter our private life trough the culture such as movies or general imagery. They come naturally in the hands of our children trough toys and stories. Their presence is exciting, brings fear or respect, as well as the illusion of safety. The silhouette of a human surended by guns that are building a camouflage pattern expresses how powerless we are as individuals, facing the weapon industry.
an abstract black and white photo with arrows in the middle, on a black background
Jean-Benoit Levy: "Now and Then". Exhibition of 101 Swiss street posters in Seoul, August 2014 and Quito Ecuador, September 2016.
a woman's face is surrounded by multicolored geometrical shapes and numbers
Jean-Benoit Levy's work
Jean-Benoit Levy's work via Behance. Photo Robert Schlatter
a blurry image of a man's face with red hair
posters with social content
Jean-Benoit Levy. Poster on the theme "Vision". III. Internationale Plakatausstellung Leipzig 2016