Thursday 29 January 2015
Recently Premm won a tender to design the branding for a Houses of Parliament campaign entitled LiberTeas.
On Sunday 14 June 2015 at 3pm, as part of a UK-wide event, the whole nation will be encouraged to sit down to tea to celebrate, debate or reflect on their liberties.
Monday 15 June marks the 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta, which was the document that laid the foundations for the rights and representation that we enjoy today. To coincide with this, the Houses of Parliament is working with Surrey County Council and the National Trust who are managing Magna Carta commemorations at Runnymede.
The look and feel for branding the event was designed to visually celebrate democracy, to promote the various aspects of freedom and to reflect the rights which we very often take for granted. The visual assets have been designed to provide impactful and iconic images that will work across digital, print and download materials.
Designed to raise awareness and an understanding of our democratic heritage, Parliament is encouraging communities across the UK to take a moment to celebrate, debate or reflect on those rights which people throughout history have campaigned to make happen or fought to preserve. Your Liberteas event could be a picnic in the park, a Sunday lunch, a debate, a street party, an open day or a historical walk – anything you want it to be.
To find out more please visit; https://liberteas.co.uk
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