“Keep those eyes peeled and those ears tuned for new notions and interesting ideas. Because they’re out there, and they’re ripe for the picking.”
Laura Green from Primal Screen shared the concept behind their recent Scout Book project, and we must say we’re now convinced that traveling through creative space is probably a lot like traveling through outer space.
Primal Screen is a branding design studio specializing in the entertainment and marketing realm. They’ve been creating moving content since 1995, and have produced work for an impressive cast of clients including HBO Family, Nickelodeon, Discovery Channel, the Sundance Institute, and loads more.
Primal Screen put together a gift pack for their clients this year that included a set of custom Scout Books. It wasn’t just any gift pack; it was an intergalactic creative space exploration kit! And, as Green explained, “Any diligent mission includes log books.”
The idea started with a poster printed by Methane Studios and grew into a complete collection of spacey tools. In addition to the poster, clients received a glow-in-the-dark gravity tester, a map of space, a pen promised to last seven years, and two Scout Books.
One Scout Book is intended for left-brain specifics, and the other for right-brain pursuits. Laura Green elaborated:
“Inside your left brained notebook you’ll find detail-oriented graph paper and useful gravity conversion for popular planets. Your right brained book has blank pages free for roaming and a handy photo of space.”
Primal Screen’s creative use of the Scout Book format is perfect evidence of Scout Books being excellent gifts and excellent tools. And, as this project has shown, they’re also perfect tools for the exploration of creative space. Now get out there and explore!
Thank you to Primal Screen for the images!