Over the years, animal rights organizations have used some very interesting advertising to promote their message. Everything from bags to packaged people in parks. What do you think of these organization's advertising efforts?
1. Human Meat
During this protest from PETA, three people placed themselves in containers resembling supermarket meat trays, in attempt to compare eating meat to cannibalism.
Source: Ad Arena
2. Torture this Goose
This bag and magazine packaging from GAIA, an animal rights group in Brussels, uses the copy: Torture this goose, not the reall ones.
Source: Ad Hunt
3. Animals are not clowns
A Portuguese animal rights group, LPDA, ran a series of print ads with the message being "Animals are not clowns."
Source: Ads of the World
4. Real Life
This campaign for Bundesverband Tierschutz, a German animal rights group, makes a play on cartoons with copy that reads: “It would never happen in cartoons, but it often happens in real life. Each year at vacation time 30,000 house pets are helplessly abandoned or killed. Feeling bad about it alone does not help.”
5. No Aquarium is Big Enough
Another German animal rights group, NOAH, ran this outdoor campaign: No Aquarium is Big Enough.
What do you think of these strong messages from animal rights groups around the globe?