Scott Laserow

Professor of Graphic and Interactive Design Tyler School of Art, Temple University

Wyncote, PA USA
www.ScottLaserowPosters.com

Since 2004, Scott Laserow has focused increasingly on posters as a design challenge and an instrument of social change. “In 2004, I discovered the power of the poster and how it could help support humanitarian causes throughout the world,” says Laserow. “Since I started creating posters, I’ve been involved in many causes. Laserow’s posters have appeared in many international publications — including the cover of GRAPHIS posters 2015 — as well as numerous exhibitions and permanent collections and have received numerous international awards. Recently, he has started to serve as a judge for various international poster competitions.

Fish Food

23.62 x 35.43 in
Giclee
2015

The impact of plastics on our environment are, at this point immeasurable. They causes more damage than almost anything else thrown away on a daily basis. It harms all forms of wild life and has infiltrated our diets. More than 300 million tons are be produced worldwide each year, most of it ends up in land fills. Although there are some new ideas on replacing plastics we still need to to more.

IRAN

23.62 x 35.43 in
Giclee
2016

Their atrocities going on unnoticed in IRAN. They are brutally hanging young men and women daily, simply because they are gay, lesbian, or have different religious or political views and beliefs.  The murders are happening at man alarming rate, last year alone over 1600 people were put to death.

Bottle Bomb

23.62 x 35.43 in
Giclee
2016

The impact of plastics on our environment are, at this point immeasurable. They causes more damage than almost anything else thrown away on a daily basis. It harms all forms of wild life and has infiltrated our diets. More than 300 million tons are be produced worldwide each year, most of it ends up in land fills. Although there are some new ideas on replacing plastics we still need to to more.