Two arms curved upward, hands with fingers extended. The arms cross at the wrists, and the fingers curve toward each other, forming the shape of an AIDS ribbon. Image is black/grey, on a white background. Title appears at the point where the wrists cross.
Poster is a brochure providing information on safe sex and list of symptoms from sexually transmitted diseases (hepatitis, herpes, HIV/AIDS, syphillis, gonorrhea, etc.). Illustrated with a photograph of a naked man with his back showing.
A man, identified as Krieger, Mr. Leather for 2004, is wearing only leather pants and standing in a body of water up to his waist. His torso is covered in tattoos, his nipples are pierced, and he is posing, gesturing with his hands.
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.
Translated additional poster text:Do not be seduced by false arguments: Condoms are still the best protection against HIV and other sexual diseases. And that is reason enough to stand up for safer sex.
Picture of two gay men; one is shirtless, with his jeans pulled down to expose his buttocks, and the other is kneeling before him and kissing his nipple. The "A..." in the title is most likely meant to stand for the German word Arsch (in English, ass or butt).
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.
Yellow lettering on white background. Word "Sexualität" appears in large capital letters on left side, printed sideways running from bottom to top. Other text appears in smaller type, in paragraphs going down right side. Provides contact information for 4 AIDS-Hilfe centers in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.
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
The poster is part of a published brochure entitled "AIDS ist auch Männersache." Divided by color into quadrants, the poster features four pictures: condoms (on an orange background), a man's hand holding a small barbell (on a blue background), an open lipstick container (on a pink background), and four Teddy bears (on a green background). In the lower right corner, a small AIDS ribbon appears next to the logo for the German anti-AIDS campaign slogan.