Felipe Faundez Head of Art


WCRS launched an interactive outdoor campaign for Women’s Aid to highlight the importance of not turning a blind eye to incidents of domestic violence.
The digital posters show images of three models who have been beaten and bruised. As long as people ignore them, the images remain the same. But, once people start noticing the screen, the bruises begin to fade and the models’ faces are completely healed. The campaign uses innovative facial-recognition technology to detect when passers-by are looking towards the digital screen and activate the transitions.
The photography was shot by Rankin and the media space was provided by Ocean Outdoor, after WCRS won their creative competition at the end of last year.


  • Women's AidClient
Project featured: on 6th March 2015

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