Posters from the competition

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The 2009 winning poster

The 2009 winning poster

Us.  Yes, there are many things wrong in the world, but perhaps we can see it as giving us something to do. - Hilary Sloane

Us. Yes, there are many things wrong in the world, but perhaps we can see it as giving us something to do. - Hilary Sloane

Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer

Work Hard Young Dreamer. "Chase your dreams and reach for the stars. Be prepared to face obstacles on your way. You have to work hard to reach the top."

Work Hard Young Dreamer. "Chase your dreams and reach for the stars. Be prepared to face obstacles on your way. You have to work hard to reach the top."

Be Happy! "Sending a message that reminds people to be kind, be happy and enjoy today.Life is short so make what you want of it, and treat people how you would like to be treated."

Be Happy! "Sending a message that reminds people to be kind, be happy and enjoy today.Life is short so make what you want of it, and treat people how you would like to be treated."

http://positive-posters.com/posters/profiles/?pid=4715no place for polarbear

http://positive-posters.com/posters/profiles/?pid=4715no place for polarbear

PEAS

PEAS

Screw Negative Thinking

Screw Negative Thinking

The Best Days Are Yet To Come

The Best Days Are Yet To Come

"Rose-coloured glasses’  My positive poster was inspired by the saying ‘To see the world through rose-coloured glasses’. I used the image of a child to symbolise the innocence and optimism inherent in childhood. I took a more lateral approach that not only looks appealing but forces the viewer to think further into the underlying message. The impact of the poster is enhanced by the natural elements and texture, soft rose colours and the life size reproduction of the child. Amelia Ericksen

"Rose-coloured glasses’ My positive poster was inspired by the saying ‘To see the world through rose-coloured glasses’. I used the image of a child to symbolise the innocence and optimism inherent in childhood. I took a more lateral approach that not only looks appealing but forces the viewer to think further into the underlying message. The impact of the poster is enhanced by the natural elements and texture, soft rose colours and the life size reproduction of the child. Amelia Ericksen

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