In the fall of 2014, the California League of Conservation Voters (CLCV) and the national League of Conservation Voters (LCV) launched a pilot program, “The Price We All Pay,” to curb the influence of polluter money in elections.
The concept was that dirty campaign money from polluting industries leads to dirty water and air.
CLCV had a limited time to ramp up the campaign and spend grant money. I rapidly designed an identity with an iconic image and word mark and applied it to virtually every imaginable medium, including:
and other variations on the theme.
Find out more about the project in a post-campaign wrap-up video I edited that describes the project and some of its results:
Here are photos documenting outdoor ads:
Below is an interesting analysis of the mobile traffic to CLCV’s website before, during, and after this project. As is clear, while CLCV was promoting the priceweallpay.org URL (which ended up at Luminate Online after going through an ecovote.org redirect), mobile traffic spiked. One can only assume that clicks from mobile devices on Pandora and Facebook, and possibly direct searches for the URL, resulted in this increase.
Because the site was hosted on Luminate Online, it is no longer live online, nor is it available on archive.org.