Breast cancer awareness poster for the Vet Your Breasts campaign
Posted 3 months ago and submitted by Katherine Kannon | Share link: http://illo.cc/91191





I was thrilled to create a poster highlighting the symptoms of breast cancer for the ‘Vet Your Breasts’ breast cancer campaign. The campaign is aimed at vets and veterinary nurses working in the UK, and the posters are installed in vet practice changing rooms around the country to remind people to check their breasts for symptoms on a regular basis.

In addition to the poster I also designed fabric which has been used to make scrub hats and pet bandanas which are being sold to fund the campaign. The campaign has gained a lot of momentum, with an Instagram feed featuring vets from all over the UK proudly displaying their posters and a feature on the front page of the Vet Times.



Katherine Kannon
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Berlin, Germany
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I'm a freelance illustrator from London, now based in Berlin. Specialising in hand drawn maps, lifestyle and travel illustrations, I bring my distinctive, quirky style to all my co… Show more.

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Profile updated 14th January, 2021
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University of Cambridge, Soho House, University of London, Take A Walk in, Berkeley Partnership, Chocolate Ltd, University of Stirling, Undercover Architecture, Vet Your Breasts, E…
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"We couldn't be happier with the hand llustrated map Katherine produced for us. As the project is multifaceted, we presented Katherine with a really complex brief and lots of different ideas that she was able to pull together into one awesome, cohesive design that really captured the tone we were aiming for. Throughout, Katherine was really responsive to our suggestions and ideas, as well as producing solutions that really tied the project together. She was an absolute joy to work with, her vision, talent, and unwavering patience throughout the process made the whole project really enjoyable
— Millie Beach, Student Recruitment Co-Ordinator, University of Cambridge