Poster is designed like an eye chart, with one very large word on the first line, three words in smaller type on the next line, etc. until the type is extremely tiny. The poster demonstrates the exponential nature of exposure to AIDS, as a person is susceptible to disease carried by people they have sex with, people they had had sex with before, etc.
Poster is divided in two halves. The left part depicts racially mixed faces of the people placed in the heart shaped frame. The background color of the left half is green. The right part depicts shape of plus symbol with inscription: “ADAP plus”. The background color of the right half is blue. Also poster provides telephone number, where information about medications, medical and home care, and insurance coverage can be found.
Poster is a picture of an African American family together smiling at the audience. Poster encourages people to take pride in getting tested for HIV and that it is a way to take control of your life. This poster also promotes National HIV Testing Day on June 27th.