For this stamp series, I used basic, angular shapes to represent the different animals because it shows up more clearly at a small scale than a fully detailed illustration. Dotted lines represent the poached part of the animal in a more family-friendly way, making it more marketable than a graphic, violent depiction of poaching. This process of simplification makes the stamp easy to understand, and it gets the message across very clearly.
Since the poster was intended to be blown up to a large scale, I used a much more detailed vector of a tiger to prevent the shapes from abstracting at a larger scale. Since the entire tiger is poached for its skin, I changed the purpose of the dotted line to depict a gun sight. Although the meaning of the dotted line is changed, gun sights are a known symbol, so the message is not impeded.