A Guerrilla Street Art Campaign For Amnesty International

A Guerrilla Street Art Campaign For Amnesty International
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London agency Brothers and Sisters have teamed up with the anonymous German street art collective, Mentalgassi, to create a unique series of art installations.

Nomfundo Sarah Msomi
  • 3 december 2010

London agency Brothers and Sisters have teamed up with the anonymous German street art collective, Mentalgassi, to create a unique series of art installations for Amnesty International. “Making the Invisible Visible” uses lenticular fence posters in three sites across central London to raise awareness about the cases of unfairly treated or imprisoned people around the world, and in particular, the case of US prisoner, Troy Anthony Davis.

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