In 2009 I designed a poster for Join the Revolution, an exhibit promoting nuclear disarmament that galleried at the University of the Arts. I focused on explaining how nuclear weapons work and used the levels of nuclear stockpiles over time as a proxy for documenting the nuclear arms race. The final poster measured 48” × 32”.
Since I could not attend the exhibition, one of the organisers graciously snapped a photo of my poster on display
The top of the infographic explores the timeline of nuclear weapons and stockpile size, the lower half provides context to what and how nuclear weapons work
A closer look at the timeline section of the poster
Explaining about the atom and nuclear fissions
Explaining the difference between the A-bomb and the H-bomb