- Buzz on specialized media
- Ambassador endorsement
- Social media campaign
- Interior design
- Photo shoot
- Buzz on specialized media
- Launch and shop start-up
We Unite was established in autumn 2010 by the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship (Fonden for Entreprenørskab) and ArtRebels to inspire young women to start their own business.
We Unite shares female entrepreneurial stories
– we can learn from those who have had success and encourage those who are about to take the big jump.
Completion of concept
Website management and moderation
Idea generating for future projects
- Visual identity / Graphic Design
- PR strategy
With hummel we conducted a brand-fit collaboration, including graphic design, illustration, product development and design, product placement and sponsorship strategy, events, video production and CSR strategy and implementation.
Hummel by ArtRebels collection
Sponsor Advisory & Execution
Branding strategy and execution
Photo: Jason Idris Alami
R is the title of director-duo Tobias Lindholm & Michael Noer’s fiction-film debut – a hardhitting story about an imprisoned man doing time in Horsens State Penitentiary. The film is produced by René Ezra & Tomas Radoor from Nordisk Film and launched in close collaboration with ArtRebels.
Viral launch concept
Social media strategy
Galla Premier event concept
Graphics by: Karen Segall
In 2007 ArtRebels released the charity music compilation ”Red Børnene – Frie Børn Leger Bedst!” featuring tracks from various talented Danish artist. The CD was sold throughout Denmark and internationally via www.artrebels.com with proceeds supporting creative ideas and initiatives by the Danish youth via the non-profit organisation HeartRebels.
The artists included Kira Skov & Anders Trentemøller, Jaconfetti, Fagget Fairys, Kasper Bjørke, Copyfokking, Booty Cologne, Lulu Rouge, Mikael Simpson, Choir of Young Believers, Efterklang and the artwork was made by Mette Geisler and Maria Torp.
Musical Contribution Management
CD and artwork Production
The LIGHTSOUND project is a three year regional and internationa project executed by Copenhagen International Theater (www.kit.dk). The project wants to create exciting, lively urban spaces, through an innovative course. The project will assist the municipalities in their efforts to strengthen and develop the framework agreements concerning creative businesses.
To manage and communicate between the many different partners and collaborators, ArtRebels developed a concept, strategy and platform for the internal communication based on web 2.0 and knowledge sharing principles.
Internal Communication Strategy
Web 2.0-platform (developed by Podio)
Layout and Content Structure
For Apair we created a unified website and visual re-branding, that was developed on the basis of their new franchise concept and business strategy. An essential element in the franchise concept was maintaining the brands unique qualities in various settings and ensuring that it doesn’t lose value. Therefore, the focus of our concept was to enable possible franchisees to continue and further the Apair brand and to ensure a cohesiveness between all Apair brand elements.
Web design and programming
Fashion show production summer 2008
Franchise concept development
DJs & Events
In September 2009 the event Park The Car was held in a collaboration between The City of Copenhagen and the climate movement Penguin Army (read more about common Penguin Army and ArtRebels projects here) as a COP15-related initiative for the Copenhagen youth.
Park The Car took place in a parking garage that was converted into a park – complete with grass, picnic area, fountain hammocks and a treehouse – all created by various artists groups and designers such as Sille Krukow, Hvass&Hannibal, SWET, Orkester34, Stine Tranekjær, Karen Segall and Arkitektur-ministeriet. The musical line-up featured Specktors, Djuna Barnes, DJ Dullen, EIF and David Havstein.
WE DID (with Penguin Army)
Event Planning and Execution
Promotion and Press
Guerilla Marketing and Viral Storytelling
For Diesel we produced a creative viral ad and stand concept for their S/S 2009 collection entitled “Schools Out Forever”. The challenge was to create a coherent connection between the physical space of the stand at Øksnehallen and the virtual promotion, that would draw Diesel’s customers to the stand. We solved this, by integrating the visual design in both the virtual and physical solution, having the set and story of the viral ad, be part of the actual stand in Øksnehallen.
Fashion fair design and execution
Viral video concept and production
DJs and sound-design
Art space execution
During the COP15 international climate conference, ArtRebels executed an event with Eversheds, a global law firm in Copenhagen, which was looking to create an experience that broke away from the traditional gathering to make a more meaningful connection with the audience. In true ArtRebels fashion the practical project took on a conceptual approach and combined a live art installation that included a large scale tipi-like construction featuring the melting of organic substances over time, with climate friendly DJing on a transformed Christiania bike.
Graphics: Christian Elovara Dinesen
Playground Europe is the title of the application and bid for the Swedish city of Lund to become the European Capital of Culture in 2014. This large-scale EU-project is part of an overall European political strategy in which culture is a prominent tool for achieving a common European understanding between nations.
ArtRebels did six months permanent consultancy on the project primarily with concept development, project management and international coordination.