You’ve probably heard of, or known of, someone who has been verbally abused.
Maybe you’ve been involved personally in a verbally abusive relationship. Either if it’s at work, at home, at school or in the streets, verbal abusive traces it’s paths and creates irrevisible situations.
Verbal abuse or revile exist since the begining of time, it’s a kind of battering which doesn’t leave evidence comparable to the bruises of physical battering, but the consequences are real and does hurt at some point. Verbal abuse is often more difficult to see since there are rarely any visible scars unless physical abuse has taken place.
In this project, we are going to creatively sensibilise people about the concern of verbal abuse and how it sounds. With the use of visual communication strategies, we are going to built a sensibilisation campaign helping people understand how to interpret verbal abuse and how to reduce the number of people who are verbally abuse.
According to the online dictionary, verbal abuse is some kind of violence,
so let’s do good and stop yelling at others for no reasons.
A series of simplified artwork were also design for social media platforms.
A series of artwork were also design for print and other communication medium
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