Pali Palavathanan is the Co-founder and Creative Director of branding and digital agency TEMPLO, which focuses on creativity for change.
Founded in 2013, TEMPLO was set up as an experiment to see if design could be pushed into new territories to make real political change. Since then the studio’s work has helped arrest war criminals, been a part of the controversial 2015 UN Gaza Conflict inquiry and has been banned in Sri Lanka for their ongoing work exposing war crimes.
TEMPLO collaborates with ambitious clients including the United Nations, Greenpeace, Migrant Help, Plymouth College of Art and the Committee on Climate Change.
TEMPLO's work has been featured in Wired Magazine, Design Museum's 'Hope to Nope' exhibition & Channel 4 News.