Further info on Banned Books: meet the Banned Bookmobile!
Actually it's my own van, that I will turn into a moving bookstore. Have not yet designed a logo, but it will be in vinyl on the side of the van. The idea is that, for an enterprise pilot scheme, I drive to street festivals and book festivals in Europe, put up a banner and shelves filled with books and sell festival-to-festival while building a social media following.
What countries, cities, or festivals should be my highest priority, considering most of the books will be in English.
Is the project name 'Banned Books' too vulgar for a quite serious free speech project?
Any creative ideas for the company logo? Something more interesting than just the name and website.
The bookstore will be in the van, but the store exists to fund the Banned Books Museum, which will be brick-and-mortar. Where should I set up such a museum? Right now the leading candidates are Helsinki or Edinburgh.
Sounds very exciting to run a LOGO decal design for this van. I can imagine that you'll have your Persona researched, ready to roll out the call to help. Then you may conduct an A/B Testing, to get a real community of free speech supporters altogether?
@Joe Dunnigan is this really the Van?!!!!!! Perfect!
OMG I wanna go to one of your tours :) Its not only business its all fun!! As about the name, I like Banned Books as its provoking enough and visually the two words with the Bs and "nn" "oo" gives a lot of creative inspiration for designers. Would be great to recruit/invite designer students from all over the world to this forum as our projects need them :) @Michaela Engström your 1 million friends maybe?