Fuseproject Responds to World Health Organization With Public Health Graphics
Like many members of the design community, Yves Béhar and his team at fuseproject have always shown a strong sense of social responsibility, a willingness to use their skills in the service of good causes. So the San Francisco firm was quick to respond to the World Health Organization’s global call to creatives to help stop the spread of COVID-19. The open brief asked designers to submit informative visual works that accurately communicate public health messages in a bid to “flatten the curve” of the pandemic.
Fuseproject came up with a delightful portfolio of captioned images—including a series of adorable animals—that deliver lifesaving advice. Among the attention-grabbing graphics and wise words there’s an especially moving shout out to health workers, who, as Béhar notes, “probably worked through the weekend…days and nights for the last eight weeks. They are our superheroes and, according to the fuseproject team, they deserve capes.” We couldn’t agree more.
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