Michael Craig-Martin's new poster

When asked by the BBCs Culture in Quarantine programme earlier this month to produce a poster in support of the UKs National Health Service, Michael Craig-Martin created a design featuring the gerbera or African daisy, which could be coloured in and then displayed in peoples homes. “Flowers seem appropriate in our present challenging circumstances,” he said at the time.

Now, he has made an international version using the same crisply outlined flowers to thank frontline healthcare workers around the world. The design can be downloaded (in colour or black-and-white), customised and shared in windows or shared digitally. “People everywhere have been deeply moved by the selfless efforts and remarkable courage of their health workers—doctors and nurses, paramedics, ambulance teams, porters and cleaners—who are riskinRead More – Source


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