Provokateur have provided the identity and raw branding elements for Greenpeace’s latest campaign
Well, it was only a matter of time… Royal Wedding Souvenir Prophylactics. It’s not big, and it’s certainly not clever – but it is funny.
Joy to the world. All the boys and girls. Joy to the fishes in the deep blue sea. Joy to you and me.
After a fair few months of searching, Provokateur are justly smiled-up to announce the arrival of our brand-spanking new Senior Developer, Adam Davis.
Provokateur have designed a website that accompanies the publication of Edmund Clark’s new book of the same name and coincides with The European Month of Photography, where Edmund is exhibiting a selection of the works.
There’s a lot of hoo-hah about negative campaigning these days, but the problem is it’s so damn effective! Witness the mayoral race in Winnipeg, Canada. It’s no biggie. Parliament won’t fall as a result. But it has given us an impeccably despicable negative ad. And it’s genius.
Provokateur have created the identity for Greenpeace’s latest fundraiser – Flour Power. Inviting us to ‘Bake Cakes, Not The Planet’.
Following up on our earlier ‘Go Beyond Oil’ post, here’s the first of the campaign ads in all its full page, four colour glory as seen in The Times on Monday 13th September.
Provokateur have been working with Greenpeace on the brand creation and a number of materials for the organisations new ‘Go Beyond Oil’ campaign.