Bulletproof Window Transplant in Chicago
Off The Street Club, a charitable organisation in West Garfield Park, Chicago, provides safety, education and encouragement to 3,000 children growing up in Chicago’s most violent neighborhood. This month pedestrians in downtown Chicago are being exposed to the charitable work of the organisation through a bulletproof window transplant. A bullet hole from one of the club’s bulletproof windows has been displayed alongside famous building fragments. The display encourages viewers to visit HopeIsTougher.com, where a Youtube video tells the story of Warren, a 14-year-old resident of West Garfield Park who relies on Off The Street Club.
The Bulletproof Window Transplant display joins 150 other rocks and fragments from across the world, including World Trade Center in New York, Winter Palace in Beijing, Westminster Abbey in London, Trondheim Cathedral – Trondheim, The Great Pyramid in Giza, Sydney Opera House, The Colosseum in Rome, The Alamo in San Antonio, Taintzkaya Tower of The Kremlin in Moscow.
Bulletproof Window Transplant Credits
The Bulletproof Window Transplant project was developed at Energy BBDO, Chicago, by chief creative officer Andrés Ordóñez, creative directors Pedro Pérez and Josh Gross, associate creative director Alejandro Juli, associate creative director Agustin Ballerio, lead designer Hung Vinh, executive producer Mitch Monzon, client service director Lianne Sinclair and account director Jamie Defer. Filming and post production was produced at Energy BBDO by producer Stefanie Spiegel, post production supervisor Maria Hinders, post production coordinator Becca Sita, director of photography Jason Chiu, camera operator Garrett Gassensmith, director of music Daniel Kuypers, editor Erik Vaughan Law, assistant editors Geoffrey Neal, Alec Pieper, Austin Andries, sound team Sarah Krohn and Katy Mindeman. Print production was by director of print production Mary Day, senior producer Currey Dorris, print producer Marissa Mandarino.
Display Fabrication and customisation was done at Zing How Design.
Music is “So Cold (The Good Wife trailer) (feat. Nikisha Reyes-Pile)” by Ben Cocks.