Public Service/Social Welfare Campaign
Buick - Human Traffic Sign Campaign
"Speed Limited", "No Trucks", "Traffic Light Ahead", "No Pedestrians", "No Entry", "No Left Turn"
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Corporate Name of Client: Shanghai General Motors
Client Supervisor: Yuan Yuan
Account Manager: Sue Lu
Agency: Lowe China, Shanghai
Chief Creative Officer: Norman Tan
Copywriters: Cherry Wang/Willow Yang/Jeremy Chia
Art Directors: Kidd Zhang/Hans Han/Zhenjiang Zhen
Head of Production: Connie Chua/Xiaowei Zhu
Photography Studio: Jt's Idea, Shanghai
Photographer: Yang Tan
Qiyuan Advertising Retouching Manager: Ming Ching Gan
Description of the Project:
As part of the Buick Road Safety program, this print campaign features real traffic accident victims who kindly agreed to participate in this meaningful project to warn pedestrians and motorists not to avoid the same disasters. Trying to be calm and hide their emotion, the victims' amputated bodies, or the family of the deceased, say it all as they pose as human traffic signs. They quietly carry the important warnings at these accident-proned locations. The human traffic signs are s a stark reminder for the many pedestrians and motorists that signs are there for a reason. Buick wants to remind them that they should obey the rules because it is a matter of life or death.