Faceless Statues Serve as a Heartbreaking Reminder of Gun Violence in Chicago

FCB Chicago Worked With Victims' Families and Used Their Clothing

Published On
Apr 24, 2015

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The Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence created this moving exhibit in Chicago's St. James Square as a memorial to children killed by guns. Agency FCB Chicago worked closely with the victims' families to create lifelike -- but faceless -- statues of the victims in their actual clothing. Visitors to the square could also scan the name badges to find out more about the victims. In this moving video, the parents explain why they chose the clothing in question, and what it means to them. The campaign urges people to sign a petition against gun ownership on the project website.

Credits

Date
Apr 24, 2015
Brand:
Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence
Client:
Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence
Agency:
FCB-Chicago
Chief Creative Officer:
Todd Tilford
Group Creative Director:
Chuck Rudnick
Art Director:
Jordan Sparrow
Executive Creative Producer:
John Bleeden
Creative Producer:
Rachel Chapman
Group Management Director:
Karyn Kerner
Senior Strategic Planner:
Hayet Rida
Director, Experience Planning:
Katie Swindler
PR Agency:
Current Lifestyle Marketing and Public Relations
Vice President:
Alexis Valenti
President:
Virginia Devlin
Production Company:
Lord + Thomas
Executive Producer:
Katie Roach
Executive Producer:
Jared Stachowitz
Film Director:
Ben Flaherty
Senior Editor:
Steve Immer
Copywriter:
Anthony Williams
Group Creative Director:
Derek Sherman
Lead Developer:
John Skibicki
Experiential Agency:
FCBX
Management Director:
Marty Kane

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