This poster is Hamper's contribution to the activist initiative Designers in Action aimed to support the ratification of The Istanbul Convention. The action was launched weeks before the parliamentary debate on ratification, following the information that the Convention would be ratified, but with certain reservation towards the several articles.
The visual on the poster is the close-up of the sculpture History of Croats (1932), a work by Ivan Meštrović. This powerful national motif is also depicted on the first page of the Croatian passport. The sculpture symbolizes mother, the guardian of the Croatian national heritage and the Croatian history. Bruise on the eye of The Mother of All Croats, as this sculpture is popularly referred to, symbolizes the consequences that are brought up by disregarding and ignoring the problem of gender-based violence.
Title translation: For Croatian family without violence - Support for Istanbul Convention without modification.