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Carry Hope: HORT for Amnesty International

Updated: Aug 20


HORT was founded by designer Eike König in 1994 as a creative playground, an unconventional working environment, and a place where “work and play” can be said in the same sentence. HORT is not just a studio space, but an institution devoted to making ideas come to life—a place to learn, a place to grow, and a place that is still growing.

http://hort.org.uk

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THEIR CAUSE

Amnesty International is a worldwide movement that campaigns for human rights.


THE CONCEPT

“It’s this idea that if we work together, in a creative way—like Amnesty International does—we can become a strong structure that can change things and shape the world to be a better one.”



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