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24 NOVEMBER 2013

Using the physical territory of a country as its own map

"'And then came the grandest idea of all! We actually made a map of the country, on the scale of a mile to the mile!' 'Have you used it much?' I enquired. 'It has never been spread out, yet,' said Mein Herr. 'The farmers objected: they said it would cover the whole country, and shut out the sunlight! So we now use the country itself, as its own map, and I assure you it does nearly as well.'"

(Lewis Carroll, 1893)

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CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
08 JUNE 2012

Generation 1992 Creative Competition

"1992 – 20 years ago: all countries belonging to the European Union decided to create a single market. This meant removing the obstacles blocking the free movement of goods, people, services and capital among them.

20 years on, we can travel across Europe without having to show our passports, work and live in another country without any difficulty, and find the best deals across Europe when shopping online. But we all agree that more work needs to be done in order to have a fully functioning European single market.

If you are 20 years old, we want to hear from you: your experiences, stories, complaints and proposals to make Europe a better place to live and work."

(Generation 1992)

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1992 • 20 year old • 20 years • 20 years old • belongingcitizenshipcompetitioncountry • creative competition • engagementEurope • european competition • European single market • European Union • free movement • generation • generation 1992 • generation 92 • immigrationimmigration checksinternational travelmembership • obstacle • participationpassportpassport control • single market • society • work and live in another country

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
07 MAY 2011

inCulto's Eurovision 2006 entry nation branding Lithuania

Client: inCulto; Design, direction & animation: PetPunk; 3D Graphic: Romanas Zdanavičius

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20063Danimationbrand identity • brand management for a country • countrycountry brandsdestination brand identitydestination brandingdestination imagedifferentiationdistinguishing features • Eurovision • Eurovision 2006 • experienceidentificationidentity • inCulto • individual identityLithuania • memorable experience • nation branding • PetPunk • place brandingplace promotionpublic relationsstrategic approachvisual identitywelcome

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
29 OCTOBER 2009

Art and Culture Destination

"The aim of Culture.Info is to be the first port–of–call for users seeking cultural information on a particular topic. Each Culture.Info sub–portal will provide a carefully researched set of listings of links to information that is more focused and useful than can usually be obtained from the vast majority of existing listings or search engines.

Cultural areas will be added in due course in the following key areas:

* Heritage–including archaeology, archives, conservation, history, heritage, museums

* Media–including advertising, broadcasting, digital & new media, film, games, publishing, radio, television

* Performing–including circus, comedy, dance, festivals, music, opera, puppetry, theatre

* Pursuits–including antiques & collecting, hobbies & pastimes, outdoor activities

* Sport–individual and team, and also sports involving animals

* Visual–including architecture, crafts, design, exhibitions, galleries, painting, photography, sculpture

* Words–including books & literature, languages, libraries, reading, writing

* A place could be a country, a region or even a city."

(Culture.info)

TAGS

activities • advertisingantiquesarchaeologyarchitecturearchivesarts and culturebooksbroadcastingbrokeragecircuscitycollectingcomedyconservationcountrycrafts • culture.info • dancedesigndigital mediaEuclidexhibitionsfestivalsfilmfundinggalleriesgamesheritagehistory • hobbies • languageslibrariesliteraturemediamuseummusicnew mediaoperaoutdoorpaintingpastimesperformingphotographypublishingpuppetryradioreadingregionsculpturesporttelevisiontheatreUKwriting

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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