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Artist-Designed Choking Victim Signs and the Creative Future of Restaurants

from Hyperallergic

In 1978, shortly after the discovery of the Heimlich Maneuver, New York City introduced its first Choking First Aid poster. The orange-hued design, which the Department of Health distributed to businesses for free, was sloppy, accidentally picturing a hand with six fingers. In the 1990s, Parsons School of Design professor Paul Young and his student Laura Berkowitz redesigned the original poster, with primary-colored, Constructivist graphics picturing a blue character choking on a fish bone. more

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