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UN Releases Free COVID-19 Awareness Images Donated By Artists Worldwide



Image by John McGlynn (left) and Franka Baly (right) via United Nations

Back in March, the United Nations released a creative brief asking for designers and artists around the world to produce works in a bid to raise awareness and spread positivity amid the COVID-19 spread.

The resulting visuals follow six factors prioritized by the UN and World Health Organization, such as personal hygiene, social distancing, understanding the symptoms, spreading kindness, myth-busting, and donating.

Within two weeks, thousands of entries emerged, and they are now available on the UN’s COVID-19 Response Creative Content Hub. The work, displayed by the UN on free-use photo website Unsplash, comprises content from creatives of numerous disciplines who have harnessed their personal experience to offer COVID-19 awareness messages to the public.

The resources are free to use, and hopes to keep people informed about the virus spread. The UN explains that they aim to “educate, uplift, and inspire people all across the world through the global COVID pandemic crisis.” Take a look at the full library here or scroll through some below.


Image via United Nations


Image via United Nations


Image via United Nations


Image via United Nations


Image via United Nations



[via Mashable, images via United Nations]