Thursday, June 23, 2011

Cannes Lions - such impressive work - Win for Burma project

Tonight I sat through the awards for press, design and cyber at Cannes Lion and got tears in my eyes. How amazing people there are in Cannes right now!!! The work is impressive, touching, ground breaking, and it makes me feel envy for not being that good. Well, as a planner you are more of a nerd than an impressive artist but anyway... lovely, lovely, lovely.

I will try to find some of the work presented tomorrow. Right now it´s time to go to bed - an early night for a change - and all I share is this stunning work from JWT New York. Enjoy!

"In 2010, Burma held its first elections in 20 years. As part of its campaign to help free Burma's 2,100 political prisoners, Human Rights Watch created a giant installation at New York's Grand Central Station. Consisting of hundreds of prison cells, a closer look reveals that the cells bars are actually pens. Visitors could remove the pens to symbolically free the prisoners and then use the pen to sign a petition calling for the release of these innocent prisoners."

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