the 30 best posters about the dangers of smoking
Categories: Health and MedicineBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-30-best-posters-about-the-dangers-of-smoking
This collection contains the best of anti-nicotine printed and outdoor advertising of recent years.
One can argue endlessly about the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of social advertising against smoking. However, new works from anti-smoking campaigns appear regularly, sometimes delighting with new approaches and subtle ideas, then causing a sigh of disappointment with their directness and unpretentiousness of the message.
Creatives and public organizations are trying to solve an impossible task — to scare a healthy person with diseases and suffering that smoking threatens him in the future. And also appeal to conscience and understanding, calling to protect people without a bad habit from passive smoking.
Smoking causes premature aging.
It's called suicide, because it's your choice.
On average, a smoker needs more than 5 thousand cigarettes a year. Let yourself off the hook.
Rest in peace.
Stop destroying your body.
Kiss my ashtray.
Do you think it makes you more beautiful?
Secondhand smoke kills.
Tobacco smells different for non-smokers.
Smoking is not only suicide, but also murder.
Stop passive smoking.
Smoking mothers feed their children not only with milk.
Passive smokers are on the worst side of the cigarette.
The use of this water causes lung cancer, heart disease, emphysema of the lungs and gives complications during pregnancy. Will you drink it?
Smoking exhausts you.
Keep taking stuff in your mouth.
A chemical tanker truck was turned into a giant cigarette, showing with the help of warning signs how many harmful substances are contained in tobacco.
Secondhand smoke is murder. Why agree with this?
The smoker's calendar.
How old are you? Youth depends on you.
The ashes of Philip Morris and the ashes of Philip.
Stay away from smoking.
If you don't quit smoking for the sake of your lungs, heart or throat, maybe you will do it for your penis?
Advertising on the ceiling of public smoking rooms: taking a drag, you already have one foot in the coffin.
Cigarettes "Only when I drink".