An online campaign pitch for the most circulated Turkish newspaper "Hürriyet", which means "freedom" in English. The campaign aimed to defend the rights of oppressed communities emphasizing their liberty as the last word of the slogans on the layout which also is the name of the newspaper "freedom" (Hurriyet) itself. The first one below purposed to touch on the problem that young females who are forcibly married off at a young age in the country and the second one aimed to touch on the right of protesting the government by using an icon activist's picture who made his name with a creative way to protest the government several years ago.
I can get out of this before it's too late. It is my "freedom". For the young girls who are married off at a young age in underdeveloped part of the country.
I can protest how ever I want. It is my "freedom". Poster for the young people who widely demonstrated the government in 2013.