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  • Shepard Fairey about We The People

    This video is nice rough cut made in the days of the Trump inauguration and the following Women’s March in Los Angeles. But the filmmaker Laura Rudich began with an interview of Shepard Fairey at his latest exhibition in gallery Subliminal Projects. The project is a kind of collaboration with Photographer Jim Marshall (1936-2010) titled American Civics. The exhibition is a showcase of Fairey’s interpretation of […]
  • New successful abortion fund began with a single tweet

    This video is the result of a remarkable spontaneous action which began with a tweet last week. It was a reaction on Donald Trump’s far-reaching anti-abortion measure, which cuts the 575 million funding of NGO’s that support women in lower-income countries with family planning and safe abortion. The first tweet brought some 2,500 euros within a few hours. Writing this blogpost the […]
  • Celebrities need a new way to make a difference

    Remember when a bunch of celebrities used their massive social influence to swing a US presidential election? Yeah, didn’t quite happen. But that hasn’t stopped another group of stars — Emma Stone, Natalie Portman, Amy Adams, Matthew McConaughey, Chris Pine, Hailee Steinfeld, Felicity Jones, and Taraji P. Henson — from trying to protest the incoming Trump administration with a hip disco cover. I’ve […]
  • Hardest-hitting Red Cross ad ever: “Even wars have rules”

    “Victory by any means isn’t victory at all” is the text that lingers after seeing this hard hitting ad from the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). It sounds almost desperate. It is this undertone what the viewer scares the most because we know what the Red Cross is used to. The 60-second film, which uses real clips from conflicts around the […]
  • #SavePepe: A campaign to reclaim a meme

    It was just one more stupid meme in a year of internet stupidity, egged on by a very stupid American election campaign. One of the iconic Pepe web comics from the early 2000s But for some reason, the use of popular cartoon character Pepe the Frog by trolls in the so-called “alt-right” movement really got under people’s skin. Republican nominee Donald Trump seemed […]
  • The Celebrity “Talking Heads” Video Goes Meta

    The Save The Day political action committee (PAC), a non-candidate-affiliated political group in the United States, has recruited director Joss Whedon and a “shit-ton of famous people” to encourage left-leaning Americans to register to vote to defeat Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Others have written about the celebrities (and non-celebrities) featured here. It’s a veritable who’s-who of Activist Hollywood. What surprised me […]
  • Australian Sex Party Makes A Toe-Tapping Anti-Catholic Jingle

    This is about as irreverent as they come. The Australian Sex Party, which despite its name has a broad civil liberties agenda, recently fired a blasphemous shot across the bow of one of the world’s most powerful religious institutions: The Roman Catholic Church. If you’re offended by religion-bashing, or are a fan of the reform-minded Pope Francis, you may find this particularly […]
  • Poet slams Donald: who the f**k taught you history?

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is not known to speak based on facts and truths. He uses the well-known propaganda technique of repeating lies, like many did before him (and many will do in the future). Such as the ongoing discriminatory rhetoric about Mexicans immigrants: It is the rhetoric and the lies that made slam poet Mercedez Holtry angry, very angry. She gave the candidate a 3-minute lesson […]
  • How would the world be like #IfNoOneSmoked

    How would the world be like when people play the trumpet on the same occasion as smoking? The Onion Studios put that idea in this two-minute video as a change in thinking about the disease causing tobacco. H/t @Nedra
  • Simon Beyrand

    Social advertising, when created with passion and sense, can be part of the change. So let’s invent new paths. Let’s conceive new ways of interacting with people. Let’s spread ideas that really matters! I work in Paris as web editor for Kaizen, a French magazine telling positive stories to (re)invent a society, a society more human and more ecological. I am also […]
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