Les Droits de l’Homme et du Citoyen

During the bicentennial commemorations of the French Revolution, an international group of 66 designers was invited to create posters alluding to the Declaration of Human Rights and participate in an international forum on the social role of graphic design.


Artis 89

Created in

Paris, 1989



These posters resulted in an exhibition in Paris, inaugurated at Couvent des Cordeliers where the first version of the Declaration was drafted 200 years earlier. Offset printing of the set of posters allowed a simultaneous launch of the exhibition in various cities around the world.