James David Morgan | 30-06-2009 16:27 | Category: Abuse, Design
Billed as “the first poster that responds to people looking at it,” Amnesty International’s one-off domestic violence awareness poster includes an eye-tracking camera that changes the poster’s display when a viewer looks at the image.
The poster, titled “It Happens When Nobody Is Watching,” has been criticized for its being one of a kind (as opposed to a full campaign) and accused of pandering for an award (which it won). Berliners, be on the watch, this poster is displayed at a bus stop in your city. Have you seen it? What do others think of its efficacy?
This is cracking...absolutely brilliant. Just what I've been waiting for!!
Installation, interactive and engaging ads really tick all my boxes on creativity and this is a prime example. The subject matter is a topical/dodgy one that I think has been executed well. Go Amnesty!!