A picture is worth a thousand words – Photo Walls UAE – (Breast Cancer Awareness Month)

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It is October, the month when the entire world comes together to celebrate breast Cancer awareness. Thanks to the changing times, to the advancement in medical science and to the bold steps taken by the strong women who decided to make Breast Cancer a worldwide issue, we can now easily talk about it and discuss its effects, symptoms, causes, and treatments. There are now countless researches on the preventive measures that can be taken, to avoid the chances of a woman getting Breast Cancer.

There are now awareness campaigns, programs and funds developed to aid and support the cure for Breast cancer all around the world. Even the designers, who create advertising while making posters, photo walls fabrication and logos, as well as other promotional adverts, step out to lend their talents in carrying this tide of awareness as far and wide as possible. As everybody knows, a picture is worth a thousand words, through one single well-made image, an entire message of enlightenment can be spread all around the globe.

Awareness through Logos

Logos are a very impactful way of reaching out to the world, conveying a message and gather a following. People associate with a logo on a very simple and basic level. They see a logo, and if it captivates them, they get hitched on to the theme or the campaign in an instant. Spreading awareness to the general masses of this cause through logo design is probably the best way to generate response, and to communicate the importance of giving this issue their due attention.

The pink ribbon, that is the symbol of Breast Cancer Awareness, is the best example. Through one simple image of a pink colored ribbon, the message about breast cancer awareness can be easily conveyed. Whether it is used on a product, a device, or in an event campaign and so on; a pink ribbon will immediately tell you that this item is associated with fighting Breast Cancer or is in one way or another connected with the care and cure of this tremendous cause. No extra words, just a single pink ribbon, either in its own form or used in any other symbolic way to emphasize that product’s association with the aiding of this disease.

Awakening the General Public – photo wall fabrication

It is highly imperative that the main masses be attracted and brought into the awareness circle, for many women who do not live the privileged life often suffer more than necessary only because of their ignorance about the disease. Many people don’t realize the early symptoms, and because they don’t know what to look for, they seldom do, and the case gets worse than it needs to be. Creating awareness in every niche of society requires a much larger scope, and the awareness programs need to be made available for everybody. To include all concerned, maybe those who are Mall shopping or attending a particular event, a much wider range of adverts are needed, and that aim can be accomplished through photo walls fabrication. Having flyers and life size posters printed and pasted on walls and pillars is an easy way to bring attention to this increasing issue. The designers who work for big companies can only do what their bosses tell them to do; but when such social issues arise, they can exercise their talents to its limit and give it all they’ve got to create an eye-catching, heartfelt message in a creative manner, earn their artistic gratification, and serve their inner self through public service.

Pink is a Woman’s Best Friend – Even in Sickness!

The official color selected for the breast cancer awareness is light pink, which is also the worldwide color for femininity, gentleness, and all things delicate. It portrays the qualities of a woman, and hence it is used. It appears to be a blessing for the women in my generation and the ones coming after, that our times have changed and we discuss all the internal and external issues plaguing women, about health and social problems alike. Who would have thought, back in the beginning of 19th century or even the 20th century for that matter, that women would be able to go out there and fight their problems head on! But today, we can, and it would be a waste if we didn’t use all our abilities and the strengths at our command to eradicate cancer and other diseases from our lives, to inspire hope and create awareness, make a difference in everybody’s lives, make this world a safer healthier place to live for women all around the world. And the first step is always: awareness.

There is no pink in the rainbow… but after a thunderous storm, when the sun shines in the dewy sky, it’s always blushing in a shade of pink. The troubled sky gets rewarded with that beauty for its infinite struggle and the ability to cope with thunderstorms. We need to learn the fact that confronting this fatal illness with courage and determination is the only key to deal with it. Believe, and lead others to do the same. Hope, struggle, help, fight – and ultimately, win.

Source: www.designmantic.com/ – Evan Brown

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