Poster depicts a single purple daisy amidst a bed of white daisies. The use of the purple color (in some cultures) is associated with funeral and death. Poster text juxtaposes the notion of sexual infidelity with the use of a condom to preserve life.
Poster depicts 6 circles outlined in red separated by male and female gender symbols. As a result three circles are to the right and three to the left of the gender symbols. The circles have pictures of people. The first one of a family of four (mother, father, son and daughter). Next circle has a picture of a couple (man and woman). The third circle has a picture of a homosexual couple. The fourth circle has a picture of a group of teenagers which includes two girls and two boys. The fifth circle has a picture of a lesbian couple. Final circle depicts a couple (an elderly man and woman). The poster is about relationships in which one person is HIV positive and the other is negative.
Poster depicts an image inspired by Michelangelo's Creation of Adam fresco on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. In this version, God is handing Adam a purple condom, giving him the means to protect his life. Cherubim are visible in the background.