ARTS THREAD Consulting offers a vehicle for brands, orgnisations and events to engage with young creative talent.
From competitions and curation to trends and market research, our database reach allows us to offer the client easy accessible, reliable and fast results.
Who is in our database reach? All creatives – we have a global network of students, graduates and young design professionals from all around the world.
The ARTS THREAD portfolio system allows us to offer bespoke competitions that can instantly extract each competition database, allowing simplified judging by time-pressed experts. Competition entries can be open to view or private – it’s the client’s choice.
Competitions can be used as a purely promotional driver – it’s the taking part that’s important or they can be targeted to a specific readership if it’s all about quality not quantity. In addition, simple market research polling can be embedded within the competition. See below some of our Competition Partners –
The ARTS THREAD team can handpick a shortlist for the client’s exhibition or event from our database and offer co-branding or simply let the client take the credit! ARTS THREAD can offer a selection of portfolios or mamange a brief set by the client. See below some of our Partners we have Curated Entries for –
Trend Research / Editorial / Market Research / Polling
Our portfolio of creative talent coupled with the reach of our global scouts and experienced journalists allows us to offer trend research and editorial within the framework of our database.
For clients looking for answers from our specific database of international young creatives, we offer targeted strategies that can reach any of our specialisms – from graphic design to fine art.
Read about some of our success stories below -
ARTS THREAD has worked with Who’s Next Paris for the past three editions of its show in January/June 2012 and January 2013. This July 2013 will be the fourth edition in succession. Read more
For Milan Design Week 2013 ARTS THREAD worked with Designersblock over a seriously tight deadline to select 10 directional graduate designers to show at The Magazzini – a cultural hub in the trendy Tortona district, sponsored by Heineken and also featuring PechaKucha, Cool Hunting, Tuttobene, digital design pioneer Joshua Davis and Vectorfunk artist Matt W Moore. Read more
ARTS THREAD worked with Paris trade show Equip”Hotel, part of the Reed Exhibitions group, through French trade promotors Promosalons, for its most recent November 2012 edition. Read more
ARTS THREAD worked over 2011/2012 with London Creative agency Duke&Earl on a project for a multinational digital company – a giant digital installation to be placed in London’s most well-known shopping mall. Read more
ARTS THREAD worked with French label Hermès to arrange for 15 talented textile and fashion students from the UK to visit the Hermès design and production headquarters in Lyon in January 2012. Read more
ARTS THREAD prepared and promoted a series of three workshops held during the first weekend of the London Design Festival in September 2012 at the Sackler Centre, the educational wing of the V&A Museum. Read more
ARTS THREAD provided Indigo, the creative textile and surface design show, part of Première Vision, with image-based reports for Brussels and Paris for September 2012 and February 2013. Read more
ARTS THREAD is working with All Walks Beyond the Catwalk as the platform for the new competition Diversity Now! in association with i-D magazine that deadlined end February 2013. Read more
ARTS THREAD worked in early 2012 with the Mokspace Gallery, London to select 15 directional graduate makers and artists for a show of new art & design talent from China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan, held April 24 to May 06 2012 and entitled East Meets West: Art & Design Now! Read more