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Justice4Grenfell

June 14th marked three years since the west London fire killed 72 people in their homes – the UK’s deadliest residential fire since World War II. Yet the victims have largely fallen out of the news agenda and the government’s response to the tragedy has slowed down even further due to COVID-19. Justice4Grenfell continues to campaign for change with their latest initiative aiming to get victims’ names back on the news. They worked with BBH to create a typographical tower to serve as a memorial for those who died and a reminder that the community is still seeking justice. The names of everyone killed have been arranged in the form of the 24-storey tower block, while the overall graphic was designed to look like a newspaper column. The artwork ran in newspapers, outdoor and social media. As part of this wider campaign, we donated a series of our poster sites in London, many of which were located within close proximity to Grenfell Tower itself, in support of the cause and to help raise awareness around something that should not be forgotten.

CAMPAIGN INSIGHTS
  • Campaign to mark three years since the Grenfell Tower tragedy
  • 4 sheets, 48 sheets, 96 sheets
  • London
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