Championing Young Creative Talent…Metro Advert, page 49…
Great Brixton is a creative celebration of our hometown. From actor Charlie Chaplin, musician David Bowie, author Alex Wheatle to rapper TY, creatively, they’ve inspired us all. The big question we’re all asking is, who’s the next young creative talent going to be and how can we help?
Every penny of profit from the sale of these Great Brixton t-shirts will be awarded to young creative talent to fund their projects and enterprises, presenting them with the opportunity to develop their brilliance. This could be anything from a book or film idea, to a business plan for a creative venture and comes with the dedicated mentoring of The Champion Agency of Brixton.
Show your support for young creative talent and buy a t-shirt today, email your size to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Local Zipcar posters created by Champion…
To show just how much Zipcar have London covered, we created a series of hyper local posters that featured local landmarks and signpost local cars to passers by. This poster for example features two famous landmarks that you can see in the background, in this case the Battersea Gas Tower and Power Station.
Very Clever Advert in the Paper over the Weekend.
Guerilla Group Hijacks 30 UK Billboards, Pre-Olympics
Six artists, including Banksy collaborator Paul Insect, have postered their own work over existing outdoor campaigns to “challenge the destructive impacts of the advertising industry.”
Points Of View
Amnesty - Visible Making the Invisible
A collaboration enters the collective of German street-art Mentalgassi and Amnesty International in order to sensitize the public on the people wrongfully treated like Troy Davis. Its face was placed on slopes in the downtown area of London: “To make visible the invisible one”.