What is the Creative Conscience?
Creative Conscience is a global platform, a virtual organisation, built by a community, a charity/non-profit that rewards, trains + supports creative thinkers to use their talents for social and environmental impact.
We inspire designers and creative thinkers to apply their talents to socially valuable projects in Advertising, Architecture, Engineering & Interior design, Experiential design, Fashion & textiles, Film & photography, Graphics (digital, print or motion), Illustration & Animation, Product & Structural Design, Service design, Technology
…and anything that has created positive impact. Our misssion align with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals which are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
Themes – Mental Health, Climate Crisis, Conscious Consumption, Social Justice, Impact, Health, Well being + Disability, Education + learning, Environment + Sustainability, Equality + Justice, Human Rights, War + Crisis.
Our previous winners archive can be found here: https://www.creative-conscience.org.uk/winners/
The award is being built in honour of our friend + mentor Franklin Madison (1959-2020) who needlessly died not from Covid-19 but from fear of getting treatment as an Africa American. Franklin was a bronx born visionary who was dedicated to helping build a better world through the power of creative thinking.
“In order to change society for the better - we first need to acknowledge and reward great behaviour” – Jay Shetty
We are establishing a physical symbol; a real award as a part of our international annual awards scheme – to celebrate great work that positively changes our societies. An award, created by established designers, locally made by craftspeople & artisans built from 100% recycled aluminium.
Where are we at in our project roadmap?
After years of crafting, developing and refining, we are at the final stages of producing the physical awards. We currently now have samples,100% recycled cast aluminium of the sculpture and are finalising the finishing details with local makers, the very same people who make the Rolls Royce 'Flying Lady'.
How will we use this money?
100% of the money raised will go towards the realisation of the awards + consequently supporting our work in social/environmental impact. This will cover the costs of our initial investment, testing and development, the final awards production and support the dedicated, passionate and diverse people that have helped us throughout the journey.
The Project team:
Robert Levien RDI – Mentor
Catherine Macleod – Sculptor & Artist
Sculpture Services - www.sculptureservices.co.uk
David Prior Hope – Operations Lead & designer
Megan Hunt – Crowdfunder Campaign Lead & designer
Chrissy Levett – Creative Conscience
Sculptures on offer to buy below - as well as limited editions of the first award sculptures.