Bristol 2015 European Green Capital 'Green Button'

Cod Steaks was asked to create a giant Green Button for use in Bristol 2015's Do15 campaign. Over the course of Bristol's year as European Green Capital, the button was pressed by various celebrities and local figures who pledged to commit to doing 15 things to help make Bristol a 'healthier, happier place'. Among those taking part were Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall of Channel 4's River Cottage, Kevin McCloud of Channel 4's Grand Designs, and the Kaiser Chiefs.

The Green Button came complete with light and sound functions when pressed, and was built to withstand the countless interactions it recieved as hundreds of people pledged to Do15. It was so popular, in fact, that Bristol 2015 comissioned a second smaller button which featured the same functions as its larger counterpart, but at a more portable scale.

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