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Blurred figures of a male and female standing up, kissing, and holding hands. Against a blurred, indistinct background of red and beige, the red might convey passion or hot summer nights. In lower right corner, an unopened condom is seen placed on top of an opened wrapper.
Illustration of a pink condom, as seen when fully filled out. Underneath it appear the words, "forme anatomique" (anatomically correct). The message is that, when filled with semen, the condom is guaranteed to hold it; it will be full of vitamins A (aaah!) and H (hmmm!), expressions of sexual satisfaction.
Poster depicts a drawing of two red fish suspended in the ocean inside a condom. Rays of light are shining from above. In the ocean around the condom, sharks are chasing red fish. Poster suggests that condoms can provide protection from danger.
A red-tinted photograph of an attractive woman, with white text, and a photograph of a condom and wrapper at the bottom. Poster promotes the use of condoms to prevent HIV/AIDS transmission, and also provides a hotline number for SIDA Info Service.
Poster with black text on white background, and illustrations depicting an iron beside folded clothes on an ironing board, fruits and vegetables in a basket, and a book and reading glasses next to a lamp.
Poster consists of black and white text on an orange background. Text promotes HIV testing as a matter of individual responsibility, and gives information about when an HIV test is, or is not, obligatory.
Poster depicts a photograph of a man smiling with only half his face showing; the other half of the photograph is blurry. It promotes the Sida Info Service in France which provides 24/7 information services. A red telephone cord in the shape of an AIDS ribbon is placed on top of the hotline number. The Services are confidential, anonymous, and free.
Poster uses a photograph of an eyeball placed in the center of the poster, splitting the text to the sides to suggest the idea of someone with blinders on. In red letters, the name "Observatoire international des prisons," a French organization working for the defense of rights of prisoners, is repeated throughout the text. Text lists facts about conditions of prisons, treatment of prisoners, and human rights violations around the world.
Illustration of a positive sign (representing being HIV positive?) surrounded by an almost complete circle. Message of poster (inscribed in Letzebuergesh, German, French, and English) describes getting tested for AIDS as a life or death matter.
Poster depicts a Black man and woman standing in front of a palm tree. The woman is smiling at the man, and the man is smiling at the viewer. Both are holding condoms. Poster suggests that it is important not to let passion make you forget to practice safe sex-- always carry a condom.
Image of a woman speaking on the telephone. The text, in French but with a parallel title in Arabic, provides a telephone number through which one may get information on sexually transmitted disesases, including HIV/AIDS and hepatitis.
Poster depicts two gay men dressed in orange and black clothing, standing apart and with their backs to each other, one looking over his shoulder at the other. The image is blurred,suggesting that they are not seeing each other clearly. Two quotations adjacent to the images indicate what each man is thinking, revealing that each has made false assumptions about the other.
Poster depicts a young woman standing with a serious look on her face, revealing her intolerance for sex without protection under any circumstance. She is facing forward with thumbs in pocket and holding an informational kit called "In Ze Pocket." Information for how to obtain the kit is given at the bottom of the poster.
A seated man wearing a white dress shirt with collar open and sleeves rolled up gazes openly and directly at the viewer. Indistinctly seen behind him is what appears to be a blackboard, possibly indicating that he is a white-collar worker. He is neither old nor young, and neither his ethnicity nor his occupation is apparent, hence he represents Everyman.
Young man and woman reclining, while the woman removes a condom from her purse. Covering much of the image, graphic lettering appears in a large yellow box with a crossed ribbon and maple leaf. Lettering also appears in a white stripe across the image.
The poster depicts a color graphic design of a human hand, held up with the palm toward the viewer. In the palm are five pills or capsules. The background depicts yellow rays of sun radiating out from behind the hand.
Part of an anti-AIDS campaign from the Mairie of Paris. The logo for the campaign appears in the lower left corner of the poster: the words "Paris Plaisirs, Paris Capotes" [Paris pleasures, Paris rubbers] circling an image of a condom.
Ad for Cybercrips, an organization that provides AIDS eduction to adolescents in an interactive context through the use of computers and other technological innovations. Some of the services offered by the center include expos, demos, and free condoms.
The poster shows a picture of an opened calendar that has the sentence "Rendez vous Ligne De Vie" and a pen. Also to the right of the picture there is a telephone and a male's hand picking up the handle of the telephone. At the bottom of the picture there is " Ligne de vie 0810037037, www.lignedevie.org, Du lundi au vendredi de 17H a 21H" it means in english " line of life 0810037037, www.lignedevie.org, from Monday to Friday"