this or something like:
Even simple choices become complicated for the illiterate. become a tutor (rather than be a tutor.) I would also add that this copy is actually the unspoken message contained within the hidden be a tutor poster, so maybe, just maybe, I am overreacting.
(above) A rendering style, I am pursuing for these (hopefully) alarming posters is a combination of photos of people, prescriptions and hands I happen to know—combined with richly colored and textured paper. By applying this glorious method of collage, I am able work with my hands to fulfill the call for raw and human imperfection (I feel the cut paper promotes the edginess of my message) and to establish a hierarchy through color by highlighting danger.
In order to roughen up the type, in the center collage, I actually rubbed it on concrete—I now agree that was not my best idea to remove the stiffness of the vector structures. For the collage on the right, I photocopied the type several times to remove the stiff edges. Next I wrapped the label around a bottle and photographed it to achieve the correct dimensionality.
Below are examples of my original iterations with different bottles, hands, as well as, with and without the addition of people.