About the design :
Presented in collaboration with UNICEF Japan, and the International Design Center NAGOYA, the production process served as an opportunity for participating ad creators to become reacquainted with the threat of HIV and AIDS, to deepen their understanding of UNICEF activities, and to gain insight into new possibilities of expression for the common good. We hope that attending this exhibition will serve as an opportunity for all of us to hear that message and to unite in the fight against HIV and AIDS. Read more >>
Client: Organization of Advertising Creation (OAC), IDCN Nagoya, CG Design,Tenth International Biennial of the Poster in Mexico
Design firm: acertodiseño
Dimensions: 60 x 90 cm
About the designer
Born in Mexico City, Mexico, Luis Yañez Sandoval graduated from The Escuela de Comunicacion Visual Ansel Adams with a degree in Producer Comunication Media. Since 1991 he has been involved with various aspects of retail design: making corporate identity, merchandising, signage, advertising and point of purchase displays for department stores like Sears Roebuck, Wal-Mart, El Palacio de Hierro and Grupo Elektra, Soriana, etc.
Currently he works for Industries Kola Loka (glue) in the marketing department as a graphic designer. After hours he is a freelancer at his own studio (Zelig+Design) where he develops client and personal projects.