Mask Kills

by Raffles Design Institute Singapore

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, face masks have become part of our lives. The masks that protect us could cause environment disaster and harm wildlife. If discarded improperly, face masks could cause choke hazards and digestion problems to the animals. Most commonly, animals get entrapped and entangled in the elastic straps which often lead to a gruesome slow death.

One easy way you can help is to dispose your single-use face mask thoughtfully — snip the straps before putting it in the bin.

Prize

Silver in Integrated Graphic Design for Social Change 2022, Student

Silver in Packaging Design for Social Change 2022, Student

Silver in Promotional materials for Social Change 2022, Student

Created by:

Lead Designer

GYURI YOON (STELLA)

University or Design School

Raffles Design Institute Singapore