Future Normal

Vegan Society: Cross-Media Campaign

Future Normal

Hello Animal Lovers

We know that when you call yourself an animal lover, you really mean it. But why do some people love some animals and eat others? 

That’s the central message behind our new campaign for The Vegan Society. They know that embracing a vegan lifestyle is a huge change for most people, so we created a comprehensive and compelling resource that invites people to explore and reflect on their relationship with animals.

Welcome to the Future Normal

We were commissioned, along with long time friends DTV, by the Vegan Society to create the brand and produce all content for the campaign including the name, the ident, the video, plus website, vox pops, quizzes, podcasts and social content.

It’s the most ambitious campaign the Vegan Society have ever launched and looks set to become the main touchstone for anyone looking to change the way they see animals in food, fashion and lifestyle.

‘Lightbulb’ moments

We made extensive use of our in-house studio to design and produce all the content for the campaign. Young people were filmed delivering their own ‘lightbulb’ moments to camera for the website and social. The main campaign film was edited here too. Gillian Egan of DTV gave the whole thing shape and form with the eloquent, incisive messaging that forms the backbone of the whole campaign.

The #FutureNormal goes live

The campaign was launched among a blitz of social media activity across multiple platforms. The Vegan Society membership were also enrolled to supplement the roll out, spreading the word via social, as well as donating funds to help spread the message further. Look out for events, TV ads and out-of-home exposure on our Future Normal.

And the name? Believe it or not, we devised the name Future Normal long before the days of lockdown, social distancing, Covid-19 and the ‘new normal’.

The website features fascinating podcasts and life stories

We know we can create a kinder future for animals. Explore the Future Normal


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