DescriptionMany women are discriminated and abused because of their gender. The violent acts committed against them can be verbal, emotional, physical, sexual or economic and they are much more common than expected - and it happens more often than we know about it. Most of these cases are never reported to the authorities, and the media isn't informed - it remains unnoticed. Many women feel like they do not have other option but to silently endure. The silent consent is like an exclamation mark. A mark for all those women who have been deprived of their rights of making their own choices. Who have been living their lives under obligation and suppression because nobody has ever showed them how to say no. This silent consent becomes a painful everyday routine. It's hiding on their lips, dishonest and invisible. This artwork is commemorating for these women with the tools of design and art. It wants to raise awareness that all women have the freedom of choice - despite of their traditions, religions and moral dogmas. It sends a clear message to the world - saying no is not a privilege for a few but a choice for everyone. On these images you can see that each character has colours of flags on them. I also paired each with a font that has been created by a designer, font studio or firm from that country.
Special thanks for Eszter Sára Cseh, Zoltán Sárosi, Noémi Pifko, Noémi Bráz, Burtejin Zorigt, Zsofia Nagy, and the models.
ArabicFont: Bustan Font designer: Jamal Bustan, Mamoun Sakkal
BrazilFont: Caturrita Font designer: Bruno Mello
ChinaFont: FZ Cu Hei B03 Font designer: Founder Type (Beijing, China)
FranceFont: Didot Font designer: Firmin Didot
GermanyFont: Futura Font designer: Paul Renner
HungaryFont: Tótfalusi Antikva (Janson) Font designer: Miklós Tótfalusi Kis
IsraelFont: Aderet MF Font designer: Gad Elmalich
JapanFont: Ryo Gothic Font designer: Ryoko Nishizuka
MexicoFont: San Benito Font designer: Vicente Lamónaca
RussiaFont: Pragmatica Font designers: Vladimir Yefimov, Alexander Tarbeev, Isabella Chaeva
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