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The “Me” Project is a campaign dedicated to highlighting the issues of society’s stereotypes and labeling, as well as promoting self-love and acc… Read More
The “Me” Project is a campaign dedicated to highlighting the issues of society’s stereotypes and labeling, as well as promoting self-love and acceptance. The “Me” Project encourages the notion that being “ME” is the most important and only label that one needs. In this campaign, I created the entire campaign promotional package including a commercial, a poster, and an informational pamphlet. There are many campaigns currently present in society that promote self love and acceptance, but not enough that call out the severity of stereotypes and labels while proposing to overcome them using love and acceptance. The Me Project is the innovative campaign to do this. Using the commercial and posters to inform individuals about the subject and the severity of it, and the pamphlets to not only provide that information but also inform individuals on support options and encouragement, the power of this campaign is immense. Being yourself is something to be celebrated and embraced, and what better way to celebrate individuality than to stare stereotypes in the face and eliminate them? Read Less
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The Me Project
The “Me” Projectis a campaign dedicated to highlighting the issues of society’s stereotypes andlabeling, as well as promoting self-love and acceptance. The “Me” Project encourages the notionthat being “ME” is the most important and only label that one needs. In this campaign, I created the entire campaignpromotional package including a commercial, a poster, and an informationalpamphlet. There are many campaignscurrently present in society that promote self love and acceptance, but notenough that call out the severity of stereotypes and labels while proposing toovercome them using love and acceptance. The Me Project is the innovativecampaign to do this. Using thecommercial and posters to inform individuals about the subject and the severityof it, and the pamphlets to not only provide that information but also informindividuals on support options and encouragement, the power of this campaign isimmense. Being yourself issomething to be celebrated and embraced, and what better way to celebrate individualitythan to stare stereotypes in the face and eliminate them?