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Women's Aid: What Does it Take to Get People Talking?

In support of Women's Aid, a U.K. domestic violence charity, Grey/London has launched a print campaign in which British celebs pose as victims of physical abuse. Shot by Rankin (

Published on Feb 15, 2007

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In support of Women's Aid, a U.K. domestic violence charity, Grey/London has launched a print campaign in which British celebs pose as victims of physical abuse. Shot by Rankin (Rankin.co.uk), with makeup by prosthetic effects veteran Nigel Booth (NigelBoothDesign.com), the campaign includes wincingly battered portraits of media personalities such as BBC TV presenter Fiona Bruce (the lead ad here). In the PDF, in numerical order, you'll find Anna Friel, Anne-Marie Duff, Fay Ripley, Honor Blackman (probably best known as Goldfinger

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Credits

Date
Feb 15, 2007
Executive Creative Director:
Geoff Smith
Executive Creative Director:
Simon Butler
Creative:
Nicola Hawes
Creative:
Andy Forest
Art Buyer:
Emma Garcia
Makeup Artist:
Nigel Booth
Client:
Women's Aid
Agency:
Grey London

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