Slanted - #34 Extremely Right?

  • Slanted – #34 Extremely Right?
    Snask was invited to make a poster for Slanted Magazine's 34th issue about the crisis in Europe.
    We decided to go for the right wing blowing their extreme and rotten winds.
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    Slanted – #34 Extremely Right?
    Snask was invited to make a poster for Slanted Magazine's 34th issue about the crisis in Europe. We decided to go for the right wing blowing their extreme and rotten winds.

    BACKGROUND
    Slanted Magazine focused their 34th issue on the fact that the European Union with its 28 member states, today is facing difficult times: financial crisis, refugees, loss of allies, and exit scenarios—as implemented in the United Kingdom—lead to fear and insecurity. Above all, also how the digital revolution is creating a new image of mankind. The technical possibilities are about to go beyond what is politically and morally imperative. This issue focused on the need of getting together and showing the importance of the voice we have and should use, to protect freedom others have reached for us. The 34th number was a plea for a multi-faceted and vibrant Europe, showing a comment, a perspective, a feeling of creatives from all around Europe. Get your issue here. 

    CASE
    Snask focused on their biggest enemy, the conservative and old world and especially the extreme right. A group that they see as their diametrical opposite in every question. A group that stands for very little or zero humanity at all. We often end up in discussions protecting the obvious, that we're all equal and should hold equal rights no matter ethnicity, gender, age, sexuality, religion, disability etc. Something we see as the only true, clear and right way forward. What we often find is an argumentation where the extreme right often believe that they are extremely right. This is our contribution, a poster made by hand that states our standpoint "Just because you're extremely right, doesn't mean you're correct".

    Creative Concept, Art Direction and Design: Snask​​​​​​​