Fonts for Thought
Patxi created a website that sells fonts he created from hand-written protest signs.
All the proceeds go directly to the causes that inspired the signs. (Launching soon!)
Check it out: fontsforthought.com
It was a struggle to get agencies to reply to emails during the pandemic, so Tom created our own crypto-currency to entice them to look at our book.
Find out more about it here: critcoin.co.uk
Featured on Campaign here
The Afterschool Academy: A petition that can't be ignored.
To show the government that period poverty doesn't end after school, Hey Girls will ask shelters to register as independent schools
to try and secure access to free period products.
Urban Outfitters: Vintage without the smell.
Doc Martens: Height without the heels.
Warburtons: Makes a snack into a meal.
Nivea Suncream: Le Eau De Holiday
Alfa Romeo: The most beautiful things are always high maintenance.
Joop Cologne: Make-Up for blind people.
Bran Flakes: Regularity is the key to success.
Financial Times: FT readers don’t want you reading the FT.
Butterkist: Your own SFX.
B&Q: The quickest way up the property ladder.
B&Q: Because you need that security deposit back.
Selfridges: If you can’t afford the clothes, come for the food.
Santander Bikes: Decaffeinate your commute
JD Sports: Travel comfortably.
Just for Men grey hair dye: Instant experience.
Aviva Pensions: Don’t have a pension? That’s Elder abuse.
Pukka Tea: The best thing since water.