The Blank Sheet Project: Creativity as an Important Vehicle for Change
Arjowiggins Creative Paper launches the Blank Sheet Project to raise awareness of the impact caused by paper production on the planet.
In the coming months, this platform for creative inspiration will allow four designers to share their approach to the blank page when asked the following question: ‘How will we leave our mark?’ The first to take part in this exercise is the British graphic designer and typographer Neville Brody.
For the second year around in early September, in Zurich, this project was held together with the One Young World Summit, nicknamed ‘Young Davos’. Arjowiggins Creative Papers sponsored seven youth delegates to the Summit and offered the possibility for these future leaders from around the world to communicate their ideas on a huge wall of Conqueror paper.