What is Life on Hold?
Covid-19 has meant that normal life has been put on hold as we isolate ourselves from the world around us. Businesses have closed, many people have lost their jobs and society as we know it has come to a halt.
The brief in short
Using the theme of ‘Life on Hold’, we are reaching out to the creative community to interpret the brief and produce designs, illustrations, animations and music that reflect the campaign theme. A full brief will be supplied to each participant.
Whilst some of us bunker up, there are amazing people who are on the frontline of this virus, serving the public and keeping essential services going.
We want to help by raising £10,000 (or more) to support the NHS and the charity Mind, who are working tirelessly to support the nation.
Join us in this important mission and flex your creativity to spread art, animation, music and positivity during this difficult time!
How will the project work?
Donate & download one of our key artists creations
Remix it and make it your own
Upload your remix to the Life On Hold portal
Share your creation with the world and invite others to remix your work
We've got over £2500 in prizes up for grabs including a one year subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud, a student prize of £500 and two weeks work experience with Hey! What? and £1,500 worth of key artist prints! Find out more about the competition here.
1. Original >>
Key artist produces original piece.Working files will be availablefor download after donation.
2. Remix >>
Participant downloads files and useselements to create their own creation.
Remix is uploaded and madeavailable to others to remix.
Why are we doing this?
Now more than ever as a generation it's time to come together as a global community – to support each other and spread the message of love.
Who will benefit?
The Life On Hold project will engage the UK creative community to raise important funds for our heroes at both the NHS, who are doing such an amazing job right now, and also for Mind who are helping those self isolating and suffering from anxiety as well as encouraging creativity as a form of therapy.
Raising important funds for
How can I take part?
Click the link below to take part:
How else can I help?
As well as asking for creative participation we’re also asking for everyone to share the campaign across their social platforms so we can reach as many people as possible.
This is a big challenge and we’d welcome all the help we can get :)
Press and bloggers
For press enquiries, please contact Meg who can assist you and give you.
Download a press pack here.