“Greece as a state is sinking and decomposes every day while its future is uncertain.
At the same time Greece as a place remains beautiful and unique to its visitors and residents.”
This poster was designed for an article of last weekend’s “TaNea” newspaper.
5 design studios had to design a poster about promoting Greece in this time of crisis.
Here is what we came up with.

Comments 5

  1. b-positive wrote:

    also featured here with loads of reblogs and so on…>

    Posted 26 Jul 2011 at 10.19
  2. Mihalis wrote:

    When will we see similar posters for the UK, the US or most other Western countries, which are in even worse shape than Greece economically? The negativity and pessimism (and fatalism) of most people in Greece at the moment is astounding and goes above and beyond the normal response one would expect for the present crisis.

    Posted 03 Aug 2011 at 21.44
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