Dramatic Body Art Highlights ‘My Body My Rules’ Campaign From Amnesty International

Amnesty International - My Body, My Rules

‘My Body My Rights’, a new global campaign from Amnesty International looks to shine a light on issues impacting the freedom around sexual and reproductive rights of people around the world. These include the right to determine your own sexual orientation and gender identity, and the right to access a comprehensive range of health services, among others.

The campaign features the dramatic work Tokyo based artist Hikaru Cho, a second-year student of Visual Communication and Design at Musashino Art University in Tokyo.

The campaign was created by London agency Taylor Herring.

[via The Drum]


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