Amnesty International recently came out with an eye-catching art installation fittingly titled “Making the Invisible Visible.” The art features the face of Troy Davis who has been on Death Row in Georgia for the last 19 years. Amnesty International collaborated with Brothers and Sisters, London and German street art collective Mentalgassi to create lenticular fence portraits around London.
“The special posters are designed so that head on, they appear to be mere bars. But from an angle, Davis’ face becomes visible,’ Creativity-Online says. The campaign directs them to ProtectTheHuman.com.