Over 2,300 children have been separated from their families at the US-Mexican border due to Trump Administration’s
“zero tolerance” immigration law.
How do we get Americans to understand the effects of this law and move them to sign the petition?
Use existing images of separated children to create a collection of special-edition international stamps.
These stamps will cross borders but these children will not.
Shortlist - Clio Awards
Winner - Communication Arts
Winner - Applied Arts
Bronze - Creative Conscience
Gold - Creativity International Awards
“Crying Girl on the Border” by John Moore • June 12, 2018
Yanela Sanchez crying as her mother is taken into custody by US border officials in McAllen, Texas.
Each stamp book contains information about the recent law and a petition to sign.
Pre-addressed to the Secretary of Homeland Security, the cover is tearable and serves as a postcard.
If you haven’t already, please sign the petition online here.
art director & copywriter: kennedy choi & raine calucag