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OSN x Clear Channel x Plan UK

What We Did

Our role was to creative direct and illustrate striking key visuals for the campaign.Art and illustration have been at the core of Our Streets Now’s campaign work. We believe in the power of art to motivate, educate and empower. Until now our artwork has taken up space solely in the digital landscape, so we are hugely excited to bring these empowering visuals to physical spaces with Clear Channel and Plan International UK. 

We wanted people to be able to see themselves in the illustrations, and we chose bright positive colours to show the strength, power and sense of community among survivors of public sexual harassment. We hope that these images will help start a conversation and ultimately change the culture around public sexual harassment in the UK.

Illustration

Content Creation

Location

USA

Links

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The #CrimeNotCompliment campaign has been created by Plan International UK, a global children’s and girls’ rights charity, and Our Streets Now, a movement started by sisters Gemma Tutton and Maya Tutton, who have been campaigning since 2019 to bring an end to public sexual harassment. In November 2020, the two organisations launched their partnership with the #CrimeNotCompliment campaign, calling on the government to make public sexual harassment a criminal offence. 

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The Out of Home campaign has been in development since the end of 2020 and launches today across Clear Channel’s digital Out of Home sites nationwide. Featuring striking visuals and real-life testimonials, the campaign highlights the everyday experiences of public sexual harassment experienced by girls, young women, and people of marginalised genders, and encourages the public to take joint action.

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