Campaign: 1600 Pandas Accumulate in Hong Kong

Campaign: 1600 Pandas Accumulate in Hong Kong

The historic Police Married Quarters (PMQ) in Hong Kong was recently re-born as a design hub, as part of a not-for-profit social enterprise supporting brands, innovation and creativity.

Pico TBA is currently supporting the PMQ for the launch of the high profile 1600 Pandas exhibition by providing full range of public engagement and exhibition activation services for this high profile campaign.

A form of creative conservation, French artist Paolo Grangeon and the WWF’s ‘1600 Pandas World Tour’ promotes the importance of conservation while attracting thousands of people to a new destination in Hong Kong.

Pico TBA General Manager in Australia, Tyronne O’Callaghan, commented that “while we always relish our work, its uniquely rewarding to be part of something that is environmentally conscious and historic, yet culturally contemporary, that also showcases our ability to play well with other creatives”.