Posted by: buggy | 20 June, 2006

Transparent Human Rights

Amnesty International has used a time-tested method of taking photographs of the scenery behind an object, then printing an edited photo onto the space to create a striking effect of transparency. The method was first used to create these amazing transparent desktops.

 

 

The result is a thought provoking set of photos in Amnesty International's latest ad campaign.

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  1. Cool… Although it does illustrate quite well one common criticism of human rights groups. ie. the taking of local situations out of context. Bugg, you got any links to tutorials on how to make desktops like those above???


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