People are dependent on plants, but don’t really appreciate that. With my poster I want to appeal on responsibility and chose the cornflower, a flower growing on the edge of fields, that reminds me of long walks with my mum and our dog. Its a flower, threatened by modern agriculture. I use it as symbol for all the plants in the world, from which humans are growing in my poster. I chose random faces of the younger generations because they are our future. The small scissor reminds us, that we would not only cut the plants. The collage style supports the provoking statement that should make the viewer think.
My name is Julia Schygulla and I am a 21-year-old student at Trier University of Applied Sciences in Germany, studying Communication Design in my 6th term. I am born in Saarbrücken, Germany and grew up in Saarlouis, where my mother has her own veterinary practice. Therefore animals and nature are essential points in my life. I like culture and music, photography and outdoor activities. I love traveling, camping and going to festivals and flea markets. Creating is my passion and I am inspired by the world surrounding me.