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Good Point @COP24

an ambitious 3d printed art installation about the dangers of coal power at the official un climate conference in katowice, poland

Good Point at UN climate conference COP24

We were asked by Europe Beyond Coal to produce an ambitious art installation at this year's UN climate conference in Katowice, Poland. Supported by Greenpeace and CEE Bankwatch Network, the project dealt with the impact on human lives of coal power and air pollution. Each of the five sculptures was 3D printed from biodegradable plastic, based on real people from around Europe involved in these issues.

Who knew 3D printing was so complicated?

See more photos below! Photos by Grzegorz Broniatowski; courtesy of Greenpeace Poland

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The International Civil Society Centre

As far-right governments crack down on the efforts of civil society, collaboration and the sharing of resources and expertise is more crucial than ever. Co-owned by Amnesty, Oxfam, WWF and other leading NGOs, the International Civil Society Centre urgently needed to modernise its identity to increase its impact.

Good Point workshopped values and goals, revamped its visual identity and brand expression, and produced a new website (summer 2018). The new platform is colourful, vibrant, approachable, just like this team of civil society legends. The Centre has rehired us to create a visual identity for its annual Global Perspectives conference.



The Humanized Internet

Groundbreaking new technologies could enable humans to take control of their digital identities – if used in the right way. The Humanized Internet works to bring a secure digital identity for every human worldwide. That includes 200m people with no official ID and 10m with no official nationality.

Good Point’s brief was to communicate a complex message in a simple, impactful way: and produce a visual and web identity to match. We then produced a unique animated explainer video. The video was collaboration with a talented local painter, a genius sound engineer, a voice actress who is herself a refugee and more:


tbd* and persist*

Many good people wish they could be doing more to make things better. Smart, talented people lost in careers they never chose are increasingly switching to work with purpose. tbd* is a million-strong network by and for such people. At a crucial point in its voyage from small Berlin initiative to global force for social action, Good Point helped redefine their goals and values, and create a new core message. As official communications partner of tbd*’s persist* summit, we honed the event’s branding, and brought it to life with interactive experiences.


ReDI School

When Syrian refugees poured into Germany some saw it as a crisis – others an opportunity. ReDI School for Digital Integration brought newcomers together to learn digital skills and fill the employment gap in Berlin’s booming tech industry. We helped ReDI define their top-line communication working on their mission and a video that we think sums up this amazing group of people rather nicely.



Cities have always been about change and many layers of identity. Breaking down our social silos and celebrating the diversity of our cities is the main goal of Angles, a multimedia arts collective. Made up of over 35 Berlin-based people from Germany and all over the world, working across visual arts, video, audio, we tell stories about the people and communities that make up the living city. The Angles Collective is also engaged in outreach programmes, bringing artistic expression to underserved communities.


Jasmin Catering

One Syrian family tried to give something back to Germany through food... While also creating a space for middle-aged newcomer women to get employment. We helped Jasmin Catering with their visual identity, website and this intro video.