Copenhagen and Hopenhagen goes Nopenhagen

The Copenhagen climate change summit gave the world hope that global warming would be addressed in an unprecedented way by the world leaders.
In the end the deal signed was weak and felt short of what most of us where expecting and what our planet needs.
From Copenhagen we were wishing for Hopenhagen and all we got was Nopenhagen.

I’ve made this poster freely based on a 1960 Helvetica poster made by Hans Neuburg and Nelly Rudin.

Poster: A2 Type: Helvetica

By: Pedro Monteiro

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About Pedro Monteiro

As Digital Art Coordinator I've been working on planing and designing solutions to publish across different digital platforms, as the iPad, Android tablets, etc. As an consultant for INNOVATION I've been working on concept, project managing and designing applications for several media.
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4 Responses to Copenhagen and Hopenhagen goes Nopenhagen

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  3. fred design says:

    This is a lovely poster for a worthy cause Pedro thanks for sharing. I think you should be commended. As designers we have the power to influence for the right reasons yet most, myself included fail to do this. Great to see a designer trying to make a difference.

  4. fred design says:

    This is a lovely poster for a worthy cause, Pedro, thanks for sharing. I think you should be commended. As designers we have the power to influence for the right reasons, yet most amd myself included, fail to do this. Great to see a designer trying to make a difference.

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