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H UNGER Lourdes Zolezzi
W HAT ABOUT “ HUNGER ?” Created in 2000 Exhibited in 2005 World Hunger
W HO IS L OURDES Z OLEZZI ? Born in 1972 in Mexico City. Autonomous Metropolitan University Freelance illustrator and designer. Work on subjects with violence, hunger, and children’s rights.
W HY ARE WE HERE ? To talk about the…
C ON #1 What about the poster? too plain Obvious symbols and drawings.
C ON #2 Message is just a fact What about the poster’s message ? Doesn’t include a deeper meaning
C ON #3 Doesn’t say to take an action Doesn’t include any kind of reference to help What about the poster’s message ?
C ON #4 Location ? Where is this happening? What about the poster’s message?
C ONCLUSION Too plain Message is just a fact. Doesn’t include a location
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