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Date: Aug 2021
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This new poster campaign highlights the need for men to change their behavior towards women in public spaces,.

The work was created by duo Tom Snell and Dylan Hartigan, graduates of The Watford Course, who felt strongly about a need for men to change their behaviour following the Sarah Everard case and public discussions about harassment in the UK earlier this year.

Nightclubs, in particular, are a common place for sexual harassment to occur, so the pair devised the idea of 'Change The Lineup', a campaign designed to raise awareness of the usual 'lineup' that women experience on nights out, and demand a change in the way males act.

Taking inspiration from rave culture, they produced a range lineup posters and went out and pasted our campaign in London's popular nightlife districts, including Shoreditch and Farringdon, in time to coincide with the reopening of nightclubs.

Credits

Tom Snell

Dylan Hartigan

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