This is a series of posters I did over the years that tackles the issue of censorship and free speech. The idea behind it is to show a side of our need to censor hate speech because of rather arbitrary rules on how we approach having a conversation with someone you don't agree with to the point they would hide their points of view in plain sight for only a certain group of their peers to see.
With this iteration, I decided to do a tribute to the protests happening in HONG KONG last year only this poster is bigger. Well that was the original idea until the printer told me they couldn't go any bigger
I was inspired by optical illusions and this one is kinda clever and never been seen. Although this trick is as old as time, you can essentially break the illusion by holding up a smart phone to the post and reveal the message.