Cute illustrations reminding us why we should offer our seats to pregnant women
When you see pregnant women while travelling in buses or metro or trains, what do you do? Do you leave your seats for them? Vacating your seats for pregnant women has been accepted as a normal etiquette and if you are a fit and healthy young person, then it also becomes your responsibility to give your seat to anyone who needs it more than you.You may be tired while coming back from office or any other place, but trust us, you cannot be more tired than a woman carrying a baby inside her. She is going to bring a new life into the world, and a lot from her goes into that little bundle of joy. She needs a great amount of support and care. This is the reason why, most public transportation systems request their riders to provide seats to anyone who needs it more. Unfortunately, there are still some people who do not offer their seats to pregnant women. They really need to understand that a pregnant lady needs much more relaxation.
Shiyang He, a China-based ad illustrator has come up with three amazing 3D illustrations in order to remind us why pregnant women need seats more than us. The illustrations have been highly appreciated for their creativity.
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1 The imaginative illustrator
Shiyang He is a young and highly talented ad designer from Shanghai, working in the advertising agency Ogilvy’s Beijing office and has previously created series of ads on many products and social issues. Recently, he designed three cute illustrations as a part of a campaign initiated by a milk production company in China named Yili Milk. The campaign encourages people to offer their seats to pregnant women. The posters represent three different conditions to remind people to follow basic etiquette to make the traveling easier for future moms.
2 The first illustration
The first poster shows a pregnant woman with a baby in her womb, standing next to a healthy man, who recently had chicken. He seems oblivious to the situation and certainly does not understand that this woman in front of him is carrying a precious life inside her. The tagline aplty says, “Give up your seat to someone carrying something more important ”. This is the tagline for the entire campaign, and is written on all the three posters.
3 The second illustration
The second illustration again shows a pregnant woman with a new life growing inside her, and here, a woman is enjoying the rest she thinks, she needs after having food. This is even worse, because a woman should understand the pains that a pregnant woman must be going through at this stage.
4 The third illustration
The third illustration shows that a pregnant woman is standing next to a boy who is clearly enjoying his music and has beer in his belly. This pitcher is certainly not more important man!
5 Comfortable travelling- A basic need for pregnant women
People need to understand that a woman’s body becomes very weak during pregnancy and she constantly feels heavy, bloated and all this is even accompanied by a feeling of nausea. She needs a lot of care and support. A little help from your end will make her journey of becoming a mom much easier. Try doing it, and just see the reaction on her face, you will feel delighted to have made someone so happy, and here you would have given relaxation to two
people actually, her baby is also with her, remember!
6 Yili Milk- The company for which the campaign has been designed
Yili Milk is a private company in China which is engaged in the production and processing of milk products such a powered milk, ice-cream, sterilized milk, milk tea powder, and fresh milk under Yili brand. They have been supporting pregnant woman for almost 20 years, and through the above discussed campaign, they have tried to send this noble message to the public, that they should stand up for a pregnant woman.