When I worked in call centres there were always posters around the place about security. They told agents to make sure they knew who they were talking to. Given we were dealing with Bank Accounts that was a good idea!
However, most of these posters were dull and lifeless. They were printed out on A3 sheets without much consideration for design.
After seeing an exhibition of Abram Games‘ work, I wondered what would happen if I designed office posters using World War II propaganda aesthetics. Stop! Identify and Verify is the first.
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The photographs of January
Stock photography: what’s available free and for a fee?