Multiple gray silhouettes of male and female figures are interspersed with red-tinted photographs of men and woman against a white background. A large red AIDS ribbon appears in the upper right corner. Poster suggests wearing the AIDS ribbon on World AIDS Day to show support for and solidarity with people living with AIDS.
Ink drawing. Red human wearing a blue coat, curled up into a ball, sitting in a pool of blood, on a large, outstretched yellow hand. Image is in a style similar to that of the artist Keith Haring. Title across top. Additional information in a box near the lower right.
Extremely fuzzy image in reds and yellows of people dancing in a nightclub. Gender uncertain. Chiefly in German; title in English, across top. Advertises 2-CD set of dance music released as a fundraiser for the 6 largest AIDS organizations in Germany. CD released on Nov. 26, 2001.
Reproduction of painting of African nude woman with two African men in suits on either side of her, surrounded by many images--dying man, skeleton, etc. Dark colors. In small text on bottom right of illustration, "La Prostituta, Art Bodo, 92." Advertises exhibit held at Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum für Völkerkunde in Cologne, Germany, Oct. 19, 2003-Jan. 25, 2004
A colorful graphic illustration of people, with a background suggesting clouds and snowy mountains. One man is playing a fiddle while another looks on, and there are music notes next to them. Another man (wearing an AIDS ribbon) is adjusting the neckerchief of a man in traditional native American dress. There is a mother (perhaps an Inuit woman, suggested by her clothing) with a child on her back. Finally, there are a man and woman holding hands. The graphic illustrates the textual message that there is hope for more supportive communities and hope that together, HIV/AIDS can be overcome.