Designers Against Aids.
The First Decade.
Edited by the DAA.
LUDION, 2011. 190 pp., Color and black & white illustrations throughout, 10x13¾".
The Initiative Designers against AIDS (DAA) started ten years ago. Since then it has manifested itself with campaigns such as Fashion against AIDS, in which it collaborated with several fashion houses, the best photographers and designers and stars from the rock and pop culture, who all lent themselves for the good cause – making people aware of HIV/AIDS in a positive way and removing the stigma of being seropositive by the creation of beauty. This book looks back on past initiatives and campaigns, covering all the highlights and the most beautiful images. With texts by Alain de Botton and Ninette Murk, the founder of DAA. Included also is a poster of Tokio Hotel.
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