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Going Going Gone Red!

Award: Wood Pencil

Wood Pencil / Illustration / Illustration for Design / 2011

The Richard House Children’s Hospice requires £1.9million a year to operate. ‘Go Red!’ is its largest annual fundraiser. Inspired by the children’s game Consequences, the identity combines multiple images and words to create examples of how to ‘Go Red!’ To get our industry involved, we asked 120 brilliant illustrators to play Consequences in aid of the charity. With 64,000 different combinations of heads, bodies and legs, and the potential to raise £3.8million, visitors to the website can create and order their own beautiful giclée print. But be quick - there’s only one of each combination. Although we cannot name them all here, we would like to thank all 120 illustrators who contributed to the project. Please head over to www.goinggoinggone-red.org to see the full list of kind participants.

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