Friday, December 18, 2009


Don't miss this important historical collection of ORIGINAL Advertisements from the 80's AIDS epidemic.

AIDS is still very much an ongoing battle. These images depict deeply impactful awareness-raising campaigns, from the beginning of the outbreak here in the U.S. The ideas presented here are still very relevant.

The condom-centric show features works like: "He Loves me, He loves me not" then "He Loves Me" printed next a beautiful huge condom; Sleep With A Lifeguard Tonight” and "Stops Transmission-Fluid Leaks" are other classics from the period.

Proceeds from the professionally framed images benefit Whitman-Walker Clinic and Food & Friends. -All images donated by Jeff McElhaney.

On view at Long View Gallery until December 31st
1234 ninth st nw | washington dc 20001 | 202.232.4788 |

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