This poster tells us how we should be worrying about skin cancer through an extremely captivating, reader inclusive technique. Each step makes you think and draws you in further to help you understand your individual risk of skin cancer. This is a very good poster because it makes raising skin cancer awareness entertaining for people who wouldn't read it otherwise.
This poster shows the most common type of skin cancer - Basel Cell Carcinoma and explains the most relevant details about it in great but entertaining detail so that younger people will find it interesting and captivating to read, unlike a paragraph of plain writing.
This exciting poster displays 9 easy to follow steps for keeping sun safe over summer in a format that would attract a lot of young people. It is very short and sharp making it easier to read and understand.
This collage graphically displays what happens once you get skin cancer. It shows how from nothing much, huge life saving surgery needs to be performed, leaving terrible scars that can never go away. This will hopefully deter people from tanning because of the things that will happen as a result.
This poster shows people who don't know too much about skin cancer, how to identify one and teaches people some interesting facts about skin cancer, to raise awareness about it. In America, this problem is prevalent, as shown by the 1 in 5 people being diagnosed with it. It also teaches us about the irregularities that cancer moles show.
This poster explains the most important risk factors and stages of development to help us better understand what melanomas are and how they break the various layers of the skin until they reach the blood stream, letting the cells spread. This shows us that if you can get to it early than you can often be ok.
This picture shows the hidden things that you cant normally see that effect us from over sun exposure. With you the UV camera, you can see the damage UV causes that you can't see with the naked eye. In sunlight, the UV Ray's hit our skin and can do serious damage if not prevented well.
This comparison shows us the difference between what we can and cant see to do with UV damage and teaches us that bad things sometimes can't be seen. It teaches us to always try our best to make sure we are not getting skin damage even if it doesn't look like it on the outside.