This is just an experiment, a bit of fun.
So, there's been an election in Ireland, the results are in and people want change. Time will tell if they, we, get it. But something struck me when all the election posters went up.
But, what I was most interested in, is the mindset behind the 'Look at me' posters. It's a form of interruption marketing I suppose, but worse still it's selfish, it's narcissistic, it's outdated. I believe the posters should remind you of WHY you should vote for them, not simply because their photoshop picture and surname commands some form of gravitas. Let's get a bit more social, a bit more community-focused. I'd hope that for the next election these posters, if they are still in use, could be designed to showcase the good work of a community and how they've helped the politician get down what he or she had planned to do. I'd rather se a 'reflection' poster campaign. Where how the community, the city, the town would benefit from voting for that individual, then hold them accountable for that.