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THE POWER OF WORDS

We worked under the assumption that one can change the world by considering your use of language. Should it be minister of war or defence?
Everyone in the graphic design class has attempted to engage in an issue. They have discussed it and made small texts about it.
We spend a long time talking before anyone really knew what the assignment was to end up with.
The criteria was that an attempt to influence on something should take place. Aiming to change something. The way of defining the problem was allowed to be personal or even vague. The statements should rather broaden the perspective not narrow it down.
The results where posters as shown above. They might look a little rough to emphasize that they are made by someone who really have something to say.