The line illustration visually highlights the decline in the number of people being executed worldwide, whilst simultaneously demonstrating that the problem still exits.
This poster was designed for ‘Death is Not Justice’, a Poster for tomorrow competition and was shortlisted in the top 10 (out of 2094 posters submitted from 67 countries). This ranking resulted in being included in over 50 exhibitions worldwide as well as becoming part of the permanent collection in the following museums: Dansk Plakat Museum, Design MuseumGent, Graphic Design Museum Breda, Lahti Poster Museum, Les Arts Décoratifs, Museum Für Gestaltung, Political Graphics, Victoria and Albert Museum and Wilanów Poster Museum.
This shortlist also resulted in being one of 10 posters in the 2010 2nd Politics & Women Film Festival in Madrid.
The poster was featured as the cover illustration for the ‘Death is not justice; The Council of Europe and the death penalty’, a booklet that was been drawn up by the Directorate General of Human Rights and Legal Affairs of the Council of Europe and the Secretariat of the Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly.