Orangutans imprisoned in the city

Orangutan.jpgEach day hundreds of orangutans are captured in the forests of Borneo and Sumatra. They are kept in cages no bigger than these abandoned monorail structures littered around Jakarta and are sold, dead or alive, on the black market. Y&R Jakarta brought their plight to the public's attention with this outdoor installation.

Credits - ECD: Sachin Ambekar. Assoc CD & Copywriter: Ahmad Fariz. Art Director: Rizki Darmawan. Photographer: Studio 13.


Anonymous said:

Very bad scambient indeed. I wonder if you'll be able enter in one show

Anonymous said:

Thy can try either Cannes or D&AD anyway

Anonymous said:

the DI is just not working dude. at least cut and paste nicely

Anonymous said:

Ehh Studio 13, can you do a better retouching job? On the right pix, the shadow angle of concrete rods and those motorcyclists doesn't match. Probably they spend too much attention retouching in the ape ya?

Anonymous said:

It's been done. Namely for political prisoners etc. But then again the old WWF posters got re-ran and picked up.

Anonymous said:

Same as the old Amnesty Int'l campaign from Paris.

Anonymous said:

I can see granger pushing Y&R ECDs to uplift the creative standards globally but is this really right thing to do? This puts the networks reputation down.

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