Monday, September 11, 2006

Great Works

Further proof that public service messages don't have to be dry or over burdened with statistics. Using classic works of art to draw in our attention, the message is delivered in a subtle & intelligent manner. The selection of work used highlights that abuse can happen everywhere- your abuser doesn't care whether you're poor or rich, old or young, impressionist or baroque. It's a universal problem affecting everyone.

These were entrants into a competition from Amnesty International Greece; credit goes to Houtlust for the scoop!

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