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  • Jody Allen

    "le climat change" It's high time Pamela Campagna Thomas Scheiderbauer

  • Katha Zander. Graphic Designer.

    Very dramatic and powerful poster design that highlights one of the effects of global warming - rising sea levels.

  • Dave Gilligan

    Creative posters for climate changes~ #climatechange #design #poster #animal #nature #concept

  • Marian Notarmaso

    "It's high time". Pamela Campagna & Thomas Scheiderbauer, Spain for Author commentary : The poster dramatically combines one of the effects of global warming - the rising sea level - and the giraffe, symbolizing for her long neck the highest possibility to survive this mess. Until now she's just constantly drowning in the sea of our arrogance which puts national interests above an obvious global decision. It's high time - winter 2009, a giraffe in Copenhagen.

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