Censorship Tricks: Creative Advertising for Reporters Without Borders
Censorship Tricks: Creative Advertising for Reporters Without Borders
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Censorship Tricks: Creative Advertising for Reporters Without Borders

Reporters Without Borders continues to fight for freedom of speech and seek the truth. People for whom the official censorship does not seem to be a decree can tell a lot of new and unexpected things, for example, about famous politicians. The heroes of creative advertising are Vladimir Putin, David Cameron, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Reporters Without Borders creative ad: Vladimir Putin

You don't need to be Dr. House to realize that not everything is true what the media reports. All the most unsightly can always be hidden. Reporters Without Borders posters read: "Censorship tells the wrong story." And only non-committed journalists can honestly tell what the head of the Russian government is doing, what part of the body the American president is holding the secretary of state and what gesture the British prime minister showed.

Reporters Without Borders Creative Advertising: Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton

Let it be so, but an alternative interpretation of funny advertising posters suggests itself. If we admit the fog, then the most ordinary photos will look at least ambiguous. And what a gorgeous informational occasion you can build from a few quotes and rich imagination!

Reporters Without Borders Creative Advertising: David Cameron

Created an ambiguous ad for Reporters Without Borders at Memac Ogilvy & Mather, a creative agency based in the United Arab Emirates.

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