These Creative Pictures Are Going Viral On The Internet For All The Right Reasons

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These Creative Pictures Are Going Viral On The Internet For All The Right Reasons
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There are many potential pet owners out there. They just need a little nudge. Photographer Amol Jadhav and art director Pranav Bhide have created the perfect inspirational campaign for the World For All Animal Care And Adoptions in Mumbai. This was promoted to spread awareness about the adoption event. Needless to say, the attendance of the event was boosted by 150 percent which leads to 42 adoptions.

Using a smart lighting and framing technique, the creative pair, currently working at McCann Worldgroup India, made a series of optical illusion portraits consisting of two images in one. They arranged the pictures in such a way that the space between them illustrated the shape of an animal. The whole illusion came together when they turned on a super bright backlight and a gentle fill light in the front.

Their tagline was the best- "There's always room for more. Adopt."

This one looks like a bunny.

This one looks like a bunny.

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This one looks like a dog.

This one looks like a dog.
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This one looks like a cat.

This one looks like a cat.
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They even promoted a clever campaign-

They even promoted a clever campaign-
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Dogs cure depression. Adopt one.

Their mission-

Their mission-
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"To inspire co-existence between stray animals and the people of Mumbai, by finding loving homes for helpless ones and creating compassion, tolerance, and loyalty for those on the streets. Co-exist."

Amyra Dastur visits "Adoptathon" in 2016.

Amyra Dastur visits

This organisation deals with...

This organisation deals with...
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Animal homelessness, animal casualties and Indian perceptions.

Their vision-

Their vision-
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"One day, every stray animal will be treated with love, dignity, compassion and will find a place in our homes, hearts, and lives. Co-exist."

"There's always room for more. Adopt."

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Their impact.

Their impact.

How can you help?

How can you help?
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Click on this link, to help the organisation in their cause.

Isn't it a great initiative ever taken?