Sane & Able created an exciting competition and ‘check-in’ venture in collaboration with Kings Place, a hub for music, art, dialogue and food situated in the heart of London’s Kings Cross in an award-winning building.
‘King of Kings Place’ offers a fusion of a social ‘check-in’ technology and traditional competition, utilizing both digital and physical formats. We have teamed up with WildKat PR, the press company for the festival, to come up with an inventive and original way to get people to attend the Kings Place
Blue Dot is a digital social currency that records and rewards the great actions we do for others, with great stuff for free. It utilises popular culture to motivate & enable millions of consumers to participate in creating positive global change.
The logo takes it’s inspiration from the short film by Carl Sagan ‘Pale Blue Dot’. Which looks at the world from space and how significant this can make it seem, whereas the reality is quite different.
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“Sane & Able has created branding and the website for Blue Dot, an initiative which rewards people for charitable activities and giving, using a new Blue Dots online currency.
Users can collect the Blue Dots by donating through the Just Giving online donations scheme, and can then exchange the currency for goods such as books, CDs and films. The scheme has been set up by Chris Ward, creative director for Comic Relief.”
WildKat PR showcase some of the hottest young talent in the classical music industry at their “Young Artist Showcase” held regularly at The Forge (Camden). We was asked to create a concept that could be used as a standalone poster or part of an e-flyer for promotional purposes. The result was a typographic poster that is based around the individual theme for each showcase but always links back to classical music with some humour that fans will understand and that would also intrigue the non-classical