Plastic Pollution Coalition Design & Branding THE FOSSIL by Interone Germany

THE FOSSIL

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Industry Environmental & Animal Issues
Media Design & Branding
Market Germany
Agency Interone Germany
Executive Creative Director Thomas Pakull, Marco Mehrwald
Creative Director Gunnar Immisch, Shin-Won Oh
Released March 2012

Credits & Description

Category: Promotional Item Design
Advertiser: PLASTIC POLLUTION COALITION
Product/Service: ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS
Agency: INTERONE
Executive Creative Director: Marco Mehrwald (Interone)
Executive Creative Director: Thomas Pakull (Interone)
Creative Director: Shin Oh (Interone)
Creative Director: Gunnar Immisch (Interone)
Senior Art Director: Felix Hennermann (Interone)
Senior Copywriter: Marc Oehlke (Interone)
Account Manager: Anna-Christina Prost (Interone)
Project Manager: Jennifer Vukovic (Interone)
Media placement: Promotion - Museum Of Man And Nature, Munich - 20 March 2012

Describe the brief from the client
Plastic pollution is a massive problem, which is why Plastic Pollution Coalition approached us to create awareness of the topic.

Describe the challenges and key objectives
Our client couldn’t afford a huge campaign, so we had to find a more cost-efficient way to communicate.

Describe how you arrived at the final design
Discarded plastic remains in the environment forever. To demonstrate this we used something millions of years old: a fossil. What makes this fossil different is that it has un-decomposed plastic in its stomach. We put it on display in a place where people usually go to appreciate nature, as an exhibit in 1 of Germany’s biggest natural history museums.

Give some indication of how successful the outcome was in the market
Our exhibit drew plenty of attention to the problem that plastic poses, and it became the talk of the museum. Several newspapers and radio stations reported on the exhibit and highlighted the problem of plastic waste far beyond the walls of the museum. Visits to Plastic Pollution Coalition’s homepage, the number of friends on their Facebook page and donations, all increased appreciably.