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At Re:think we appreciate receiving sumbissions of photography, illustration and written work within our sustainable and ethical ethos. 


Most of our print and digital written content is commissioned, but we are always excited to work with new talents and do accept ideas for articles. Please send us PDF samples of your work with your content ideas. 


We love exciting imagery, if you have a portfolio you feel would suit our style and ethos, please send small jpg file examples and an explanatory brief.

All submissions should be sent here

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Spreading the word on all things sustainable and eco-friendly is our passion. If you have a blog you think could fit with our ethos and benefit our community, we would love to hear from you!

Please fill in our content submissions form or email us here and we will be in touch.   

PLEASE NOTE: We cannot take responsibility for protection of any unsolicited emails or ideas content or IP. Different people sometimes contact us with similar ideas and pitches (or possibly a concept we have already considered), whilst we do our best to always honour our first source we take no responsibility in ensuring that your idea is attributed to you via your submission.

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