11 April 2010
An eco-friendly approach to creativity.
Ultimate Holding Company (UHC) are a Manchester based, award winning creative practice of visual artists and designers that contributes towards positive social and environmental change.
NOISELAB welcomed Jai Redman, artist/designer/activist and Creative Director of Ultimate Holding Company, who spoke about how he co-founded the collective, its beliefs, past projects, what’s coming up and how you can get involved.
Are you interested in making your art create a positive impact, creating eco driven projects or delivering ideas that could influence and change the world?
The eco-friendly collective pride themselves on being creative change-makers and are committed to sustainable practices, responsible business and design-driven grassroots collaboration.
UHC explores the modern city through critical cross- disciplinary art practice.
These works employ a mixture of architecture, performance, and sculptural intervention, in search of a new urban environmentalism.
Their recent project, ExtInked saw the collective gather100 willing volunteers to become ambassadors of the 100 most endangered species in the British Isles through live tattooing.
UHC are also a design house and project facilitators who have worked for likes of Amnesty International, Big Issue, Greenpeace and Camp for Climate Action