Wednesday, October 28, 2009

One Million Clicks Against Poverty

Pretty neat ad campaign from Amnesty International; there’s a big image of “what global poverty looks like” that it’s going to take a million clicks to unveil. Seems to be steadily progressing. Go carve your gang tag in.

(Amnesty International: 1 Million Clicks Against Poverty)
(Via Dangerous Minds)

1 comment:

  1. Hello Glen,
    I must admit I didn't even know you have this blog; It also has to be told, however, I haven't visited your website for quite a long time. Never mind, from now it's going to be followed step by step.

    But it seems to be here the only way to get in touch with you personally.
    I'm sure you don't remember that - we met in Krakow, Poland, during the Photo-Month. You were quite.. um.. angry with the guys who were preparing the exposition, because of the Nikon commercial;) But anyway, we had that short talk.

    That's the introduction. Ok, now the real thing - being Polish, I'm studying in Spain right now and I'm doing kinda reportage about the spanish anarco-syndicalists, a movement being present here since the nineteenth century.

    I'd like you to take a look sometimes at how's it going (I'm gonna write a web diary about the whole investigation, here on blogspot). If it's possible, so I'll be more than glad.

    olek.szojda [at]