Time again to decide on our next cover, the one for Volume 2-19, which is going to print soon. This time Christine Thierry, our art director, and I selected five options which you can find below. Do let us know which one you prefer, or totally hate. Always interested in hearing your views on that.
The first one hails from Switzerland, it's a poster for the Mediterranean Flowers exhibition in its capital, Bern. The work is by photographer Marie Jean Richard and the poster was created by Studio Thom Pfister.
Cover option No. 2 is from Australia, by Sydney-based agency Lida, part of the M&C Saatchi group and their campaign is for 350.org, a grassroots global movement, which according to their Facebook page is "working to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis — the solutions that science & justice demand. 350 is you, and the thousands of people like you who take it upon themselves to inspire your communities to action."
The third option for what will be on the cover of the next issue comes from Germany and is for PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). The theme of the ad by Berlin-based agency Fischer Appelt is the destruction of the rainforest, which gets cut down to grow feed for the meat industry. "Stop eating meat and save more animals than you think" the copy exhorts. The digital art here was provided by Illusion Studio, Bangkok, and its founder and head Surachai Puthikulangkura.
Next up an image taken from a Kia ad with the headline Sleep ahead. Kia Ceed with Driver Attention Warning System. It was created by The Newton Laboratories in Athens, Greece.
And, finally, an image from the "Belted Survivors" road safety campaign from Clemenger BBDO, Wellington, New Zealand. The remarkable photography is by Jono Rotman.
And that's all. You can comment on the individual cover options on the Facebook posting of this week's Editor's Blog.