A prizewinning entry from the 2002 Arts Against AIDS competition. Its creator, Poh Maolin, said:
"The idea of this poster was taken from an actual free sex advertisement on a wall in Geylang. By deleting the word 'sex' and replacing it with 'AIDS', I wish to warn the public that casual sex increases the risk of HIV infection. The feel of the poster is dark and dirty to emphasise the risk further."
This year's competition includes categories for digital art, photography and animation. To take part, click here. This post is brought to you as part of Mr Wang's free publicity programme for worthy causes.
Technorati: Singapore; AIDS.