The KONY 2012 campaign started as an experiment. Could an online video make an obscure war criminal famous? And if he was famous, would the world work together to stop him? The experiment yielded the fastest growing viral video of all time. The KONY 2012 film reached 100 million views in 6 days, and 3.7 million people pledged their support for efforts to arrest Joseph Kony.
As millions of supporters “Join The Revolution” around the world, Santa Monica in Southern California is no exception.
Pictured here on the beach by Santa Monica Pier, local kids proudly wear their custom made KONY 2012 propaganda wear to show their support for the KONY 2012 Campaign – master minded from San Diego.
Friday will see a plethora of Red, Blue and Black merchandise and artwork hit the streets around the world. These kids will proudly wear their unique creations to school in their own attempt to increase the hype in this groundbreaking campaign. The design they created completely online also depicts the Democratic Donkey and The Republican Elephant representing the importance of the US political parties agreeing on this matter. The custom board shorts were made locally by custom beachwear pioneers on Shortomatic.com.Share this post: