Saved in the Flick of a Wrist
When I first started driving, to prevent myself from using my cell phone and possibly causing a collision, I would just toss my phone into the back seat before I started the car. This way, I wouldn’t be tempted to access it. I still use this method today to avoid distracted driving. My poster shows a boy who is on his phone while sitting at a stoplight. The second portion demonstrates the chaos that occurs in one’s mind while they are on their phone while drawing, almost as if everyone contacting them is also present in the car. The last image shows the boy and car at peace without distractions. The poster is colored pencil on 14 by 18 inch paper.