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WhyHunger.org: Desperate

Advertising Agency: Duncan/Channon, San Francisco
Assoc. Creative Director: Dave Knox
Assoc. Creative Director: Ken Hall
Editorial/Postproduction Company: Boxer Films, LA
Editor: Pedram Torbati
Producer: Ben Guzman
Colorist: Marshall Plante, The Syndicate
Online: Fefo de Souza, Vendetta Post
Music: Emoto
Mix: M Squared Productions
Production Company: Boxer Films, LA
Director: David Adam Roth
DP: Lawson Deming
Producer: Tim Bright
Aired: September

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10 comments

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Guest

smart. because we americans don't get it. shit is tough out there. but most privilege can't even begin to see it.

SwordfishMedia's picture
SwordfishMedia
40 pencils

Great Message!!!!

Guest's picture
Guest

WTF? What is the death toll from starvation in the US? Undoubtedly less than the one caused by obesity. And cetrainly no where near that in other parts of the world. Absolutely sick.

tirthomitro's picture
tirthomitro
2720 pencils

mindblowing stuff!!!!!!!

they showed me a picture & i laughed
dignity has never been photographed

PERP's picture
PERP
433 pencils

Beautiful! Really good, amazing approach and delicious result, congrats! It's one of my favorites.

.: look for the green giant on the label :.

Guest's picture
Guest

Great spot. Really shocking that its happening in your own backyard. You expect it to be a spot for a 3rd world nation

http://dearadvertisin.blogspot.com/

Eleni1004's picture
Eleni1004
20 pencils

I think this is a public interest ad without people dying of starvation. It seems to make the problem part of a rich/powerful country and not of the developing world, doesn't it?

Guest's picture
Guest

I really love the look - amazing and such a powerful message.

CrackerJackWorks's picture
CrackerJackWorks
10147 pencils

Now that's some serious food for thought.

Good job.

Guest's picture
Guest

Wonderful Idea and wonderful presentation. Keep up this kind of work staff of Duncan/Channon.
QNR

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