Ukrainian artists and illustrators have reimagined information posters from the Second World War in response to Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
The Never Again Gallery project appeals to the historical memory of the peoples of Western countries with a request to support Ukraine in a situation very reminiscent of the events of 80 years ago.
The project's authors note that during 1939-1945, the anti-Hitler coalition countries, in particular the United Kingdom and the United States, created hundreds of emotive posters, which to a certain extent helped stop the tragic events in human history.
Eighty years later, Ukrainian artists and illustrators adapted 21 of those World War II posters to ask the entire civilized world, all those who believe in the freedom and power of democracy, to help Ukraine prevent World War III.
All original posters and adapted versions are available on the website.
They are free to download and print.
In total, 20 Ukrainian artists and illustrators worked on the posters: Tetiana Yakunova, Oleksandra Kovaliova, Anton Logov, Anna Sarvira, Maria Oz, Varvara Perekrest, Oleksandr Grekhov, Anton Abo, Alina Kropachova, Masha Foya, Mari Kinovych, Alina Zamanova, Yulia Us, Alex Derega, Maria Germasheva, the Feldman sisters, PLVNV, WE BAD, WAONE Interesni Kazki, and Bravebirdie.