‘25x25’Art Exhibition at COP25 to Inspire Climate Action

At the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP25 in Madrid, Spain, art work is on display which captures the sentiment of top artists regarding climate change and status of global climate action and their hopes for the future.

The exhibition is the result of a partnership between What Design Can Do and UN Climate Change which features the work of renowned designers who have designed unique posters specifically for COP25 with the objective of encouraging more ambitious climate action.

“Social movements need the power of graphic design to express their message with slogans and iconic images. Facing the biggest threat of our times, the climate crisis, we need the power of design to channel our message and boil it down to firm visual statements”, said the co-founder and creative director from What Design Can Do, Richard van der Laken.

What Design Can Do (WDCD) is an international platform that mobilizes global creative communities around issues like climate change and social justice. It has come forward with the theme “25x25” – looking back at the past 25 years since the inception of the UN Framework Convention and ahead the next 25 years.

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