• Make Extremism History

    ...the problems that we are facing today are the result of superficial differences over religious faiths and nationalities. We are one people. Dalai Lama

  • Make Extremism History

    Call for Entries Now Open!
  • 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 March 10th, 2016

Projects / Competitions / Make Extremism History

"Make Extremism History" Call for Entries is open!

We are pleased to announce that our 2016 call for entries, "Make Extremism History” is officially open. Now, you have until Sunday the 10th July to enter the contest and submit your poster entries to our website.

The full brief is also available for download in more than 20 languages at this URL:

Once more, We would like to thank, Jean Jullien for his artwork made for poster for tomorrow. A very special thanks to Riccaro Guasco for his involvement in our 2016 campaign.
Here is a link taking you to his website,...

Posted by Hervé Matine
on February 12th, 2016

Projects / Competitions / Make Extremism History

Make Extremism History

The brief is here!

The call for entries doesn’t open until March 10, but you can already download the brief for this year’s competition. It’s available in several languages - Arabic, Bosnian, Croatian, English, French, GreekItalian, Korean, Macedonian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Serbian and Turkish [Check Here to download them in pdf file ] - with more to come.
As you might notice, the cover is graced by a special illustration by Jean Jullien. His iconic “Peace for Paris” symbol last year showed the power of graphic design to unite and inspire people, so we’re...

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

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    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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