War leaves many scars

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 31-05-2007 20:04 | Category: Health, Poverty, Developing World, Peace & Conflicts

war leaves many scars

These ads won the Black Pencil for best illustration at the D&AD award in London this week. The ads are from MISEREOR.

MISEREOR was founded in 1958 as an agency “against hunger and disease in the world”. In its capacity as the overseas development agency of the Catholic Church in Germany, it offers to cooperate in a spirit of partnership with all people of goodwill to promote development, fight worldwide poverty, liberate people from injustice, exercise solidarity with the poor and the persecuted, and help create “One World”.
The ads are made by Kolle Rebbe and I must say the Black Pencil for this campaign is the best decision the jury could make. I love these ads.
Congratulations Kolle Rebbe!

war leaves many scars

war leaves many scars

Kolle Rebbe
Additional credits:
Illustration: Eva Salzmann
Art Direction: Maik Beimdiek, Jens Lausenmeyer
Copy Writer: Elena Bartrina y Manns
Image Manipulator: Kathrin Meske
Creative Direction: Sven Klohk, Lorenz Ritter
Acount Management: Alexander Duve, Jessica Gustaffson
Marketing Manager client: Georg Larscheid

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