The campaign "Mammogram sees more than the eyes do" was created by Bruketa&Žinić OM for Sve za nju (All for her) non-profit organization gathering women treated for breast cancer. The campaign was launched on the occasions of the Daffodil Day – yearly humanitarian fund raising program for early breast cancer detection. The goal of the campaign is to raise awareness about the importance of a regular breast check-up – the mammography.
The main communication channel are the city light posters, provoking the public with a photography of a naked women during the day, while at night, when the lights are switched on, a detailed mammographic image of a breast appears. With this simple, but visually striking method, the campaign wishes to attract women’s attention about the fact how mammography is the most precise method for a promt breast cancer treatment and to get them to have the mammography.
Outdoor advertisment created by Bruketa & Zinic, Croatia for Sve za nju, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.
Mammogram sees more than the eyes do.
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