In 2018 Finders Keepers proudly announced the Finders Keepers Artist Program.
For a few years now, we’ve recruited an independent emerging designer to work with us to develop a unique seasonal identity for our markets. In turn this has provided an opportunity for young designers to showcase their work nationally on a grand scale across multi channel campaigns.
We’ve solidified this Program to further support emerging designers and young guns!
They’ll not only work with us on national branding, but they’ll also receive amplification via Finders Keepers engaged online channels as well as a sponsored stall space in each city to sell products inspired by our seasonal campaign artwork.
Let’s break it down!
The Finders Keepers Artist Program invites an emerging creative to design seasonal Finders Keepers campaign artwork.
The artwork will be the official artwork used by the Finders Keepers for an entire season (covering three cities and three unique events)! It includes up to six months exposure through all of Finders Keepers buzzing channels and will be seen across print, social, media, outdoor, digital, advertising campaigns and much much more!
Imagine! This emerging talent represented across artwork on over 50,000 flyers, 1,000 posters, 100,000 tickets, 40,000 gift guides not to mention the thousands of impressions across all of our social channels as well as eyeballs in major outdoor and digital advertising campaigns.
Our commitment to emerging artists
Finders Keepers is dedicated to nurturing and growing the support for emerging designers, which is why we've solidified this opportunity. We’ll always give credit where it’s due (and then some). We'll:
Ensure the artist (brand or name) is amplified and accessed by hundreds and thousands of audiences around the world;
We're so proud of this Program and look forward to bringing you more emerging design talent through our programs in our seasons to come.
The Artist Program recipients have been selected for 2019-2020. Keep an eye on a future 'expressions of interest' process to be considered.