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This is Bob, he wants attention

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 28-06-2012 20:14 | Category: Animal rights



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Nice artwork from Brazil made by Ramon Ballverdú.
Comparing homelessness and the life of abandoned pets is tricky business but here it is nicely done. For me.

Mudanca, the sender: “Bob and Ted, homeless, forgotten by society today is undergoing a reversal of values​​, in which attention is directed almost entirely toward helping homeless animals.
It is this premise that we try to find a way to draw attention to motivate and increase the number of donations of clothing and nonperishable food.”

An annoying question for you: if you had to choose which of the two would it be? The Homelessness cause or Animal Rights?

See the other work, including the original Brazilian versions after the break.


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The original Brazilian versions:

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