Melbourne’s Big Mouth Project

Melbourne’s Big Mouth Project
Claudia Cukrov
  • 23 april 2009

A collaboration between WorkSafe Victoria and local creatives, the Big Mouth Project is designed to get people talking within the workplace to prevent injury.  With workers aged 15 – 24 at the highest risk of work-related accidents, the state workplace safety system has rallied together local and international artists, writers, animators, web designers, model makers and photographers to spread the word on workplace safety.  World-renowned typographer Luke Lucas is behind the initiative’s logo and UK street artist D*Face has also pledged his support, unveiling his ‘Loudhailer’ sculpture outside St Kilda’s Luna Park, urging people to “speak up in the workplace”.

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