Power of pencils

Posted by Tatjana Vukic | 18-02-2012 10:50 | Category: Human rights

This great new campaign for the organisation Reporters Without Borders, Germany,
is showing the power of the tools of Reporters Without Borders, a organisation that fights for the freedom of press in countries like the Iran, Russia or Zimbabwe and all over the world.

Their written words are able to uncover governments’ criminal machinations and finally even cause their end. (more after the break)

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran

Power of pencils - Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Vladimir Putin, Russia

Power of pencils - Vladimir Putin

Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe

Power of pencils - Robert Mugabe

More about Reporters without boarders and their mission you can read here

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Soon you have to go there and get the news yourself

Reporters without boarders
DDB Tribal
Additional credits:
Art Director, Conceptioner: Florian Zwinge
Photographer: Michael Hägele.
Illustrator: Bernd Ertl

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