Nude paintings are being used to highlight dangers of online sharing
By Tom Hills on Monday, June 28, 2021
A new creative print campaign from Kids@Safety is giving a new meaning to the term ‘nudes’ – turning to old works of art in a bid to teach young people the dangers of sharing too much online.
The posters, which feature centuries-old nude paintings, are being used to convey an important message that what we share online is never really gone.
The campaign hopes to challenge perceptions that images shared on platforms such as Snapchat and FB Messenger are ever permanently deleted. Much like these painted ‘nudes’, which have survived wars, floods and displacement, the reality is these images are never truly gone.