Let’s Celebrate!

Television continues to be the single largest source of video consumption. Though screen sizes have changed, and people create, post, stream and consume content on different platforms, the number of households with television sets around the world continues to rise. The interaction between emerging and traditional forms of broadcast creates a great opportunity to raise awareness about the important issues facing our communities and our planet. The United Nations celebrates World Television on the 21st of November every year.



I came with the idea from the standstill screen shown on tv while the broadcast is off.
This iconic screen is always shown on TVs while we wait for our favorite broadcast
The United Nations celebrates World Television on the 21st of November every year. https://www.un.org/en/events/televisionday/


I used adobe photoshop to create my artwork.
I copied the standstill screen shown on tv while the broadcast is off.
This iconic screen is always shown on TVs while we wait for our favorite broadcast
The United Nations celebrates World Television on the 21st of November every year.https://www.un.org/en/events/televisionday/

The feedback was acceptable when it comes to engagement on social media posts
mentioning the united nations official account made a huge booming! I Learned that minimalism in designs is one of the art directions loved by the audience. The United Nations celebrates World Television on the 21st of November every year.
https://www.un.org/en/events/televisionday/

nader anbar

Creative Manager, Cairo, Egypt