• 100 best posters exhibition in Paris and around the World!

    20 days after the opening, Right to healthcare Exhibition of 100 best posters in Paris, We still receive a lot of visitors.

  • Paris is in our Heart

    Poster for tomorrow’s heart goes out to Paris.

  • Exhibition Premiere on the 10th of December at the Boutique for tomorrow
    Every year 4Tomorrow chooses a basic human right to address. In 2015 it is the universal right to healthcare. Graphic designers from around the world were invited to make posters on this theme – this year the contest received 4980 posters from more than a hundred countries, once again setting a new record.
    People don’t have access to the treatment that could save their life even in the world’s wealthiest countries, for financial or logistical reasons. Poster for tomorrow wants to draw attention on this right as it is enshrined in Article 25 of the Declaration of Human Rights. Artists focused on three specific ideas: universal access to healthcare, eradication of immunizable diseases, and access to drinking water.
    Right to Healthcare Exhibition: 100 posters, 50 days!
    The exhibition of the 100 best posters will take place at the Halle Pajol, in the gallery space of the boutique for tomorrow, Paris. The place was recently extended and we will be happy to receive many more visitors during the 50 days that the exhibition will last, enabling us to engage with the general public with the fight for human rights.
  • Design for Human Rights | 2nd round Workshops

    The 2nd Series of our Design for Human Rights are entirely dedicated to Say No the the Death Penalty.
 From September 2015 till the end of 2016, and thanks to support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, We will be organising week long programs in 12 countries across Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe.

    If you wish to participate to this workshop, Sign in to your account and apply!
    3 of these workshops series has already took place In Chelyabinsk - Russia, Taipei - Taiwan and Istanbul - Turkey.



Posted by Hervé Matine
on January 11th, 2016

Projects / Competitions / A community for tomorrow

A community for tomorrow

As you all know, for the last seven years poster for tomorrow has focused each year on a basic human right, from freedom of expression to the universal right to healthcare. We’re proud of what we’ve achieved and the community we’ve established in this time. However, we can’t ignore the fact that nothing has really changed since 2009. Too many people don’t earn a fair wage, women still aren’t treated the same as men, and the death penalty is enforced all over the world.
Although we weren’t trying to solve these issues, it’s made us feel that we need to adopt a different...

Posted by Hervé Matine
on January 1st, 2016

Projects / Competitions / Right to healthcare

100 best posters exhibition in Paris and around the World!

20 days after the opening, Right to healthcare Exhibition of 100 best posters in Paris, We still receive a lot of visitors.
Students from art schools and universities come in groups and enjoy not only the exhibition but also la Halle Pajol!
This year exhibition has been organized in some 35 different cities all around the world from Pakistan to Bosnia, Russia to Canada, Italy, Spain, Morocco, United States …
We will keep you posted with more details concerning more opening in Italy, Mexico, Qatar, India, … in January 2016!

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  • A community for tomorrow


    poster for tomorrow, the international poster competition, is proud to announce the launch of its 2016 edition: This year we're going to do things a little differently. It's about evolution, not revolution.

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  • Right to healthcare


    poster for tomorrow, the international poster competition, is proud to announce the launch of its 2015 edition: Open Up! Universal access to healthcare now!

    Every year poster for tomorrow chooses a basic human right to address. In 2015...

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  • Work Right!


    We all have the right to work without discrimination or exploitation of our gender, age, nationality or physical condition. 

    We all have the right to work for a wage that is fair reward for our labour and that will enable us to support ourselves...

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