Domingo Communication’s new sustainable challenge to safeguard the oceans alongside Oceanus.
Domingo Communication has consolidated over the years as an Omni-Channel Strategic Hub, becoming an unconventional circuit and a place for the dissemination of content that draws on social narratives and experimental creative expressions, connecting people, brands and projects through ideas and languages in constant transformation; a thread that gradually unravels and at the same time becomes the web of a dense communicative and strategic fabric generated by all the divisions of the agency.
With Deepness – From Oceans to the Soul, Domingo’s new project, we go in depth to grasp change. The ocean is thus the protagonist of an immersive journey inside the DC Headquarters in Milan punctuated by the work of Giulia Lineette, an Italian illustrator and visual artist.
Water is the protagonist, and with a simple stroke the artist interprets the importance of preserving the marine ecosystem. On the occasion of the Press Week, with Deepness, Domingo Communication (and specifically, the Domingo Circular Division), continues its path that places it as an active part in safeguarding the environment and chooses to support Oceanus, a non-governmental and environmental association that operates at the forefront of the conservation of marine ecosystems and the health of the planet, which encourages us to reflect deeply on the state of our seas, the largest habitat on the planet, which produces 50% of the oxygen we breathe.
In support of Oceanus, Domingo promotes and communicates for free the projects and campaigns of the over-excited NGO: these are expeditions aboard sailing catamarans, with the aim of monitoring, documenting and studying visual, acoustic and genetic data belonging to some sighted cetaceans. During the sections; and again No more plastic bags, the campaign that received the Moral Patronage of the Ministry of the Environment and the Protection of the Territory and the Sea, ending with Stop Net, an initiative that aims to repopulate our seas by hindering fishing trawling, which devastates the marine environment and consequently the biotic communities, producing a quantity of Co2 that amounts to an average of one billion tons per year, even exceeding the emissions of global air traffic.
An experience of contamination in support of Oceanus’ scientific research, between sustainable commitment and culture, is the new context for discovering Fall Winter 2021-2022 projects and collections.