During war time, dissent is often dismissed as "un-patriotic" and "un-supportive of the troops". From an anti-war perspective, nothing could be further from the truth. Anti-war sympathizers often think more of the well-being of our troops than their counterpart and want them to come home to be with their family in one piece, and alive.
The concept was to give a new meaning to the often empty bumper sticker pro-war slogan "we support our troops". How do you support them? What does your "support" truly mean? What kind of support will they get once home?
This project was designed as a newspaper ad. Potential clients while enthusiast to the approach were unable to secure funding to run this campaign. This campaign has been displayed in the national war museum in Edinburgh, Scotland for its "Reconstructing Lives" exhibition.