Amnesty Makes The Invisible Visible Through Street Art Installations [Video]

Amnesty Makes The Invisible Visible Through Street Art Installations [Video]

A set of faces have appeared on fences in Europe to create awareness for human rights.

Yi Chen
  • 9 december 2011

Amnesty International commissioned a series of street art installations as part of its Making the Invisible Visible campaign. Thin strips of printed poster paper are pasted in a row on the side of fences. Only when you look at it from a side-angle, are you able to reveal an image of a face, otherwise, the picture stays hidden. The faces are of six individuals from across the world who have suffered human rights abuses, including Fatima Hussein Badi, Jabbar Savalan, Filip Karma, Natalia Estemirova, and Jean-Claude Roger Mbede,

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