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karm3ns33ta

ACTIVIST   +   ARTIST   +   EDUCATOR   +   COPY_WRITER   +   WRITER

International women's day
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is not about flowers, but about respect.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/84455298/Coupons-of-Respect

Badvertising?
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During all the years of my work in advertising I always had very ambivalent feelings about it. Part of me loved it for endless possibilities of creative opportunities while bigger part of me hated it for having to act against my political and personal values.

I'm sure many co-workers also experienced similar feelings but decided to stay, as it appears this is one of those "take it or leave it" situations. So i left.

I know now I was wrong - not leaving it but in thinking it can't be changed.

Naive as it may sound, I do believe in advertising that:
- doesn't sell products and it's not profit orientated,
- promotes values, such as solidarity, acceptance, diversity and development of human potential,
-is not competitive but co-operative,
-promotes activism,
-isn't sexist and doesn't abuse stereotypes to attract attention,
-aims to change social reality for better for the benefit of everyone,
-is detached from corporative funding,
-is socially critical and encourages people to critical thinking.

What do you think? Doable?

P.s. This blog seriously needs a "text editor" tool and "save as draft" option :)


karm3ns33ta
ABOUT ME

Username

karm3ns33ta


Name

Karmen Spiljak


Birth year

1978


Country

Belgium


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