Posters for World Water Week

Worldwide, 884 million people have inadequate access to clean water and more than 2.6 billion people do not have basic sanitation. Each year, around two million people die as a result of contaminated water, and most of these are children. This raises the following question: How can we make it clear to people as to why and how they should use water sparingly?

World Water Week
1st Winner: Pawel Dadok - Poland.


The ‘Water is Life’ poster competition provides answers to this question. In this project, students and young artists from all over the world were asked to address this issue and develop their own artistic interpretations and forms of expression. The response was overwhelming: more than 5,000 designs were submitted by artists from 83 countries.

World Water Week
2nd Winner: Jian Jie - China.

World Water Week
3rd Winner: Peter Blasl - Austria.

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3rd Winner (divided): Yanyan Chen – China.

World Water Week
Special award Chairman ZVSHK: Aleksander Pujszo - Poland.

World Water Week
Special award Duravit: Xiao Jun Wang – China.

World Water Week
Special award Gentner: Xi Luo - China.



Via posterart-waterislife.com
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