STOP WAR: A New Series of Works by Sho Shibuya in Support of Ukraine – Design You Trust

STOP WAR: A New Series of Works by Sho Shibuya in Support of Ukraine

Sho Shibuya is an artist, graphic designer and founder of the creative studio Placeholder. Born in Japan, he has lived in New York City since 2011. He has designed numerous brand identities for start-ups and established companies alike, and created the non-profit project Plastic Paper, which uses creativity as a platform for sustainability.

In the peak of the coronavirus epidemic, he decided to recycle each of the New York Times front pages to turn them into works of art.

The designer dedicates his new series of works to the war in Ukraine, a senseless and fratricidal war. A war that became a tragedy for millions of people. A war that cannot be justified.

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