'Operation Black Vote'

Tinie Tempah, David Harewood, Sol Campbell and Ade Adepitan appear in the hard-hitting poster campaign for Operation Black Vote, shot by acclaimed photographer Rankin, which sees the celebrities turn their skin colour white to demonstrate that if the BAME community does not vote, they are removing the colour and diversity from Britain.

The campaign features four individual posters, each with the strapline: “If you don’t register to vote, you’re taking the colour out of Britain.”

David Harewood, the British actor and star of Homeland and Blood Diamond, also appears in a 60 second film, which will run online.

 


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