|Title||Make Love Not Walls 3|
|Campaign||Make Love Not Walls|
|Date of First Broadcast/Publication|
|Business Sector||Apparel & Accessories Stores|
|Story||Our challenge was to bring back the balls and bravery of Diesel, with a sharp pointed commentary on culture. "Make Love, Not Walls” is a message of defiant hope and positivity in the midst of dark times. An iconic rainbow colored inflatable tank, becomes the both powerful and ridiculous symbol of resistance in stark contrast to a barbed wired concrete wall. The images are assembled collage-style to create depth and texture with references to both religious iconography and historic images of protest. But the message is a simple one: That while the world is busy building walls, we will always be there to tear them down. While the campaign aligned perfectly with a border wall being signed by the American President, the messages goes beyond politics, and is one of global unity across sexes, races and ideologies.|
|Executive Creative Director||Martin Ginsborg|
|Executive Creative Director||Lars Jorgensen|
|Creative Director||Chris Adams|
|Creative Director||Ross Cavin|
|Production Company Producer||Steven Pranica|
|Production Company Producer||Coleen Haynes|
|Director of Photography (DOP)||Fredrik Jacobi|
|Production Designer||Annie Sperling|
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