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REPUBLIC X’s online social campaign ‘SHARE ART, NOT HIV’

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Republic X proudly presents its very first online social event (campaign) focused on young society’s problems and habits ‘Share Art, Not HIV’. These days, young people are suffering from the expanding pop culture and its rules. We now more than ever can see how teenagers want to grow up faster, participate in the parties, drink alcohol, smoke weed or do other drugs. It is ok to live wild and young life. Hence, we think it is important for young people to discover fun days and moments in early years.

However, sex rules now are applied for young girls, condoms seem to be something shameful for school boys. A lot of teenagers spend their days in front of computer, scrolling the Facebook or Twitter, sharing different pictures with a one clear message ‘YOLO’ or ‘SWAG’. 

Therefore, Republic X wants to impel young society to look around, see brighter future and add a bigger value to each of our individual life. Let’s create something! Let’s do something what will be important for us in more than five years from now. Take a camera and capture best shots in the same party where you used to get drunk and wake up in the morning in the stranger’s bed. Paint some portraits or landscape, make some collages. Go outside and do some crazy flash mob. That is really way more fun.

Why? Well… because after some time it will be so good to say to others what have you already done in your life. You will be proud of yourself.

According to actoronto.org in 2011 there were 34 million people living with HIV. 1,2 million people living with HIV in United States and 2,3 million in European Region. Several factors also show that in United States number of people having HIV is rising among teenagers. Most of them get this infection by having unsafe sex.

Republic X thought it is time for this community to get involved and join other organizations in the war with HIV. We say ‘Share Art, Not HIV’. We say create, don’t destroy. In several days photographer Emilija Vinzanovaite was having a photo session with models in Vilnius. Thanks for them we have this campaign with great photographs! 

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REPUBLIC X’s official and the first online social campaign ‘SHARE ART, NOT HIV’ will start on 26th of APRIL

We are preparing our first social campaign on sexually transmitted diseases. We want more young people get involved into creative and useful processes or tasks of life. This might be referred to all that YOLO shit which makes us think: what the hell is happening with society of young people? It is already enough for us of teen moms and people who puts their health into a danger at the one night stand. “Share art, not HIV” social online campaign will start on 26th of April! Follow the news on REPUBLIC X website or our facebook page.

Belgium based print design artist Nathan Gilson ll Artist on Tumblr

Whimsical vintage animal art prints by AnimalFancy 

Canvas Posters by Caldas Da Rainha

The New York Subway Penis Map

by Veit Schuetz

"The well-known New York subway map was altered by replacing New York City with a scientific illustration of male genitals. While the conception took only one hour of desperate staring at a map in a deserted New York Subway station at 4 a.m., finishing the design in an accurate way required a lot more patience. "

You can order this print here.

Optical Illusion of Hair That Looks Like a Beard | Clever Ads by Garnier Fructis

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The Walking Dead Trilogy posters by Steve Fraschini

CUBES by Peter Tarka (GRATE Studio)

Peter Tarka is an artist focused on graphic design and illustration, based in Poland. You can often see his work in different magazines. The way how he expresses colors in his works really fascinates me: Peter selects about 5 main colors, which seems to be totally different and could not fit together in the one artwork.  However, Peter creates sweet taste of coloring and ability to make his works more significant.