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The Loop, Edition 5

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Edition 5 of ‘The Loop’ has been sent out this morning. If you are not yet on our mailing list, you can check it out here.

This edition of the ‘The Loop’ features the following:

  • A review and opening night images for We Heart Music, a group exhibition Jenna’s work was featured in and she flew to QLD to take part in Opening Night.=
  • Fairtradeshop.com.au – Powered by Etiko. A promotional postcard
  • The latest Royal Flying Doctor Service – Victoria newsletter
  • A look back on some of the work we have done with and for SLF.
    You can read the article here

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Sustainable Living Foundation

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Proudly supporting the SLF since 1999

As we come towards the end of the 2013 Sustainable Living Festival we wanted to take this opportunity to look back on some of the work we have done with and for this fantastic organisation over the years.

UP&UP Creative has been a supporter or the Sustainable Living Foundation since its inception in 1999. SLF is a volunteer run organisation and close to our heart. We are pleased to have been able to support the Sustainable Living Foundation in the form of over $35,000+ worth of expertise as pro bono support consisting of… to name a few – the original SLF logo, 2000 Festival Campaign for the first Fed Square event, Social-marketing consultancy and creative design. Monique has also contributed to the SLF Board elected in 2004 and volunteered over many events alongside many others to support SLF to realise their vision.

We support the Sustainable Living Foundation and the Festival as we value the contribution they make to promoting and communicating sustainable thinking and presenting acheivable solutions to both business and community. This is in line with our work by using sustainable thinking as an innovation tool, supporting a better future and helping business take leadership in creating positive social change.

SLF undertake an amazing challange each year to program an extroidenary line-up of thinkers, doers and idea creators with limited funding and a lot of generosity. Fund the foundations work and the yearly festival at the following links:

Sustainable Living Foundation

Sustainable Living Festival

Alternatively you can also sign up for a SLF membership here.

Highlights from our work with SLF’s amazing team include:

2001 Sustainable Living Festival @ Fedsquare (1st festival at this location)
Campaign

Wash against waste : 2002
Logo and van promotional graphics.
Creative management and design.
Plate and cup design.

SLF Sustainable Events : 2009
Forum and expo collateral.
Strategy, creative management and design. 
Click here to go to the project page on our website.

T10 : 2009
Transition 10 logo update.
Design

Fundraising Campaign : 2011
SLF Acceleration Fundraising Booklet and e-mail Campaign.
Click here to go to the project page on our website.

If you haven’t been involved in the festival this year, be sure to head to their website to check out the highlights and connect to changemakers and thoughtleaders. More at Sustainable Living Foundation.

Love Your Work

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We’re a fan and wanted to let you know that we think what
you do… is a bit special!

Because of you, we are celebrating our 11th anniversary on Gertrude Street & we couldn’t have done it without you!

To celebrate we are sharing more of what we love – Sonido coffee and our Australian Daintree Rainforest.

Share a coffee and chat: Join us for a coffee downstairs from our office. “Best local coffee” as voted by us :) @ www.sonido.com.au

RainforestRescue

To support Rainforest Rescue we have purchased an additional 15m2 of the Daintree Rainforest. UP&UP Creative to date has saved a total of 60m2 so that it may continue to be safe and grow
@ www.rainforestrescue.org.au

Thank you, it’s been fun, inspiring and amazing. Sharing your journey to thrive.

Monique, Jenna and the UP&UP team.

The Loop, Edition 4

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Edition 4 of ‘The Loop’ for 2013 is now available, be sure to check it out here.

This edition Monique reviews the Paper Planet Polyglot workshop she attended at the end of January. We also feature the following projects: EDAR Group & College website, The VicDeaf end of year appeal letter, as well as a look back at Strange Birds in Paradise, a fantastic documentary we had the pleasure of creating the marketing materials and design for.

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