Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Humans For Animals



TBWA Paris is the advertising agency behind this shocking and bizzare campaign for "Humans For Animals". The campaign shocked me when I saw it first. Now this could draw a parallel to lots of other work that aim to send the message across by shocking the viewer. Would this campaign change anything in the way you think about animals??

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Some one on another blog had a better idea: show the animals in the human's habitat killing them. It's a better comparison to what we do to the animals, plus, if a sea lion found a baby on the tundra, it WOULD kill it.

Anonymous said...

hm, not sure about this one, but it's definetly shocking, everybody thinks nothing can shock anymore - here you go.

Anonymous said...

This is a wonderful campain and I wished we would see each critical animal situation "the other way round"......
I you say "PERFECT" and more of these shocking posters.
Greetings from Germany

Anonymous said...

I think it is totally against the cause. Animals are not brutal in vain. This is exactly what a brainless advertiser would come up after 30 minutes of thinking: let's say animals are just like us. Or even worse: "what if the animal intrudes my own little life the way I do?"

The action is unacceptable, not who is the one that does it.

Anonymous said...

I think it is totally against the cause. Animals are not brutal in vain. This is exactly what a brainless advertiser would come up after 30 minutes of thinking: let's say animals are just like us. Or even worse: "what if the animal intrudes my own little life the way I do?"

The action is unacceptable, not who is the one that does it.

Debranjan Dutta said...

Canu u guys get it..Monkey Brains is considered a delicacy in the south east and is eaten raw by slicing through the skull using a hacksaw, and eaten styraight out of the head. Baby seals are butchered in Canada, but clubbing them to death.