Amnesty International: Castro

50 years together with you cutting down the voice of oppression

Advertising Agency: Euro RSCG, Prague, Czech Republic
Creative Directors: Pavel Sobek, Eda Kauba
Art Director: Jakub Kolarik
Copywriter: Pavel Sobek
Illustrator: Martin Kubac
Published: December 2011

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m0g's picture
m0g
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Surely Amnesty protects voices? I'd have thought Amnesty be cutting ^out^ those who silence voices.

macnell's picture
macnell
169 pencils

.........

gadgets's picture
gadgets
1063 pencils

I like cakes, why you should associate cakes with dictators? why?

autte's picture
autte
4 pencils

'cause it's a 50 years celebration, captain obvious

everartz's picture
everartz
7611 pencils

i like the weirdness of the ad more than the message it delivers

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hillmarky's picture
hillmarky
88 pencils

Fidel Cakestro.

vote4pedro's picture
vote4pedro
4601 pencils

forced

Hadrons's picture
Hadrons
5743 pencils

Very lame concept - digesting a dictator... (Lots of calories & guilt)

THERE'S NO HEAVIER BURDEN THAN A GREAT POTENTIAL

KimKong's picture
KimKong
198 pencils

Goodness, Amnesty - this whole "party concept" thing you're going for just is not working for me. It's making me ill and not in a way that makes me want to help facilitate change. The concept is not lost on me, but the execution I find terrible. Physically cutting out the voice of dictators? Why not focus on restoring voice to those who had previously lost it?

Bluebaboon's picture
Bluebaboon
3 pencils

Nicely done!

MattSpencer's picture
MattSpencer
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I can understand the ad, but I do not really think that it is tasteful in any way. Too many people have done similar things for it to have any real impact on anyone viewing the advertisement, be it in print or online.

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