The Concept




Beelieve is inspired by the bee’s lifecycle. Like a bee that must carry her sting for the rest of her life and visit repeatedly the same place, to perform the same action, accordingly each patient has an autonomous routine and perform injections in specific periods of time. Here comes Beelieve to connect and motivate people that receive the same treatment, as well as to inform audience on understanding the disease and act responsively.

The Heros

that go through

all this


The heroes are unique people we meet every day, and their superpower is not visible at first glance. Their superpower is the persistence on performing an injection treatment for specific periods of time and still Beelieve in the power of the communication and in the power of a community.

The action is to gather patients that receive the injection treatment and collect their syringes in order to create an artwork using the syringes.

The Story

This story will become a roadshow and will be exhibit-ed around city squares, as well as in a digital form which will be accessible by people that learn about Beelieve.

μια πρωτοβουλία της IPSEN IPSEN LOGO
Αυτές οι πληροφορίες προορίζονται για γενική πληροφόρηση και ενημέρωση του κοινού και σε καμία περίπτωση δεν μπορούν να υποκαταστήσουν την συμβουλή ιατρού ή άλλου αρμόδιου επαγγελματία υγείας.

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