Amnesty International: Mugshot, 3

He's done nothing. He's just showing Amnesty's phone number.
Discriminating is not human. Denounce it.

Advertising Agency: McCann Erickson Portugal
Creative Directors: Diogo Anahory, José Carlos Bomtempo
Art Director: André Lopes
Copywriter: Emerson Braga
Photographer: Gonçalo Almeida

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17 comments

Penguin's picture
Penguin
42 pencils

Clever, probably. But not as awe-inspiring as many other Amnesty ads.

Jimmie's picture
Jimmie
127 pencils

Uhm, ok, anything more creative?

Skor's picture
Skor
208 pencils

I think this is great...!! A very direct attack at profiling..!

Edsard's picture
Edsard
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I don't think it's about 'Discriminating' because everybody with a plate like that in front looks like a criminal...

petek's picture
petek
1894 pencils

right

theanc's picture
theanc
2778 pencils

Agreed. But I like it anyway.

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entropiamonamour's picture
entropiamonamour
65 pencils

Totally agree.

adddd's picture
adddd
95 pencils

Me too.
They force a discrimination with this image. Ridiculous.

Pity. A great client, but a very weak campaign.

Saatchi Makak's picture
Saatchi Makak
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WELLL

Sharp's picture
Sharp
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Actually discriminating IS human nature. Weather we acknowledge it or not.

Anthropology and the study of evolution is one of my hobbies. I find that shit fascinating. Anyways, to make it short, discrimination or premature judgment is one of the things that kept our species alive. We would make quick judgments on other beings/species to discern weather they were threatening or non-threatening. Weather those judgments where correct or not, we did it, and still do it, consciously and subconsciously.

So don’t give me this bullshit trying to make me feel guilty for something that we do naturally and for good reason. Most of the time. Sorry this is bogus.

ivan's picture
ivan

That's correct, but this doesn't make acting with discrimination acceptable. We also get a hard on when we see a good chick down the street. But you not gonna hump her straight away, just because nature calls. We have laws and ethical boundaries in our society that helps us live in a civilized world for the happiness of all. There are many things in our caveman body that needs to be controlled with our socially developed brain.

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R. Rinaldi's picture
R. Rinaldi
686 pencils

Yes.

yun siang orangutan's picture
yun siang orangutan
298 pencils

Good.

Cooky1257's picture
Cooky1257
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To many messages loaded onto this.

Sharp's picture
Sharp
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I agree. And you’re right Ivan, the structure of civilized societies has made us adapt. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not suggesting discriminating is a good thing to do. Its wrong.

I’m just pointing out the fact that its human nature to do so weather wrong or right. We need to adjust our way of thinking and put pressure on our conscious thoughts to say “hold on, this perception my not be correct”

I just find this ad pretensions and misleading. Its showing us something that naturally we as humans would find somewhat threatening, and then saying “YOU’RE DISCMINIATING” and I’m not talking about race or ethnicity here. Show me the same black person, well dressed, and not in a mug shot scenario and I wouldn’t feel the same way.

huzyisundead's picture
huzyisundead
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I think people are using Amnesty to showoff their ego more than they really care for the welfare of human beings. And that's even more tragic.

white_shadow's picture
white_shadow
108 pencils

agreed...

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