Yummy pie pin-back button, looking good enough to eat – just don’t try putting this pie button in your piehole!
Not that we are recommending cheating in school, but you could make a math pin-back button with the answers to the test. We do, however, recommend making magnets to post that big F on the test when you do get caught! Make your own pi button or other math button, and hopefully you will have the information memorized in time for the test…. 3.14159….?
Some people made a bunch of buttons, including this colourful button, from a poster for sex workers in Toronto, Canada.
Do you recognize the poster or know more about this? If so, please submit the full copy and we will add it to the entry.
What other creative buttons have you seen or made? Send them to us and we will make an entry highlighting your creation.
Here is another HIV button from the World Aids Day 2013 campaign.
AIDS pin-back button made in Toronto, Canada for World Aids Day
This AIDS button reads “No Questions No Answers” and shows the red AIDS ribbon.
People come up with lots of creative and innovative ways to raise awareness and money to fight AIDS, and making buttons is just one of many ways. Friends for Life does a yearly bike ride all the way from Toronto to Montreal!
Get a head start for World AIDS Day 2014, or fundraising campaigns throughout the year, by making some HIV pin-back buttons.
HIV / AIDS facts you might not know, but need to:
* 1/4 of people who have it don’t know. This is why getting tested is important.
* 1/4 of people who have it are female. Stereotypes about it being a “mans disease” are false.
* 1/5th of people get it through heterosexual contact. This is why homophobic ideas about “who is infected” are just plain wrong.
This AIDS pin-back button was made for World AIDS Day 2013 in Toronto
HIV pin-back buttons are a good way to generate money for programs, and they also help raise awareness.
Come back next week for another HIV button from the same campaign.