Dentsu One Bangkok creates a poster you can't read for Thailand's Foundation for the Blind

Poster yoou can't read.jpgEducation is unquestionably an integral foundation to many great opportunities in the future. Unfortunately, there are many blind people who do not have an opportunity to learn Braille. This fact, surprisingly, is not very well known among Thais. Foundation for the Blind in Thailand under the Royal Patronage of H.M. the Queen is eager to bring this problem to the public through print media while also creating a channel for donations to bring Braille education to the blind. Apart from bringing the issue to the people's attention through a normal print media, Dentsu One Bangkok believes that allowing them to encounter the same experience as blind people who cannot read Braille will be far more effective.

Credits - Chief Creative Officer/Copywriter: Subun Khow. CD/Copywriter: Kongpope Siriwattanagarn. Art Directors: Tanis Jearsavaswattana, Nattakorn Samintharapunya. Agency Producer: Dutchanee Narkapong. Designers: Priebduan Chotimanukul, Monthicha Darawank.

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