21 January 2014

Are you Australia’s next Ash Keating?


Can you create a beautiful sign made from post-consumer waste?

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The New Joneses campaign is looking for a creative gun to put their spin on the New Joneses manifesto.

The New Joneses is a campaign that promotes conscientious consumption. Kicking off the campaign last year saw two Melburnians living side-by-side in a pre-fab, sustainable, pop-up apartment in Melbourne's Fed Square for five days next week.

Displayed outside the apartment was the New Joneses manifesto, which greeted visitors and passers-by.

The New Joneses Manifesto

The New Joneses for more with less.

Thinking where stuff comes from and where it goes, they maximise resources, minimising waste.

They buy experiences, not stuff. Living it up not ‘keeping up’, the New Joneses are here to stay.

Last year’s manifesto was designed by Melbourne street artist Be Free.

This year, they’re looking for a creative gun to produce a 3x2 meter sign using post-consumer waste, and have it ready for installation on 10 February.

If this is up your alley and you’d love to see your work on national television, email tamara@trumpetpr.com.au today!

To learn more visit The News Joneses.

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