we are channels of water
The Blue City is a producer with a cause: 
water in cities
We are a social business
We operate in the fields of culture and education
Our cause is the heart of everything we create

Blue City Mission, the series: an adventure fiction that rescues ancestral wisdom

To rescue the suffocated nature in cities. The fictional series Blue City Mission tells the story of Obi, a girl of African and Indigenous origin that receives from entities and forces of nature a special mission. Guided by supernatural characters of her ancestral background, she and her friends dive into a journey to rescue. forgotten wisdom and reconnection with nature.

Our purpose is to accelerate urban innovation,
revealing what is real today and exploiting new possibilites for tomorrow

The mobile game Blue City Mission: a call-to-action to rescue suffocated nature in cities


Blue City Mission is a watch & play mobile game with the purpose of balancing the presence of nature in cities. The game encourages people to change behavior patterns regarding water, sewage, urban trash, fauna end flora preservation, etc. It does it combining narrative and missions. Blue City Mission enables players to map urban systems and urban areas and promote call-to-actions to real missions. Finally, it presents metrics to players, showing how much their action changed the situation of their game area.

We turn our rivers into sewage channels in most cities of Brazil and Latin America
It is a paradox
We kill our rivers and then we are unable to enjoy the well-being they provide, while governments spend millions of dollars to catch water farther and farther away

The Blue Cities TV series: rivers are the heart of cities


The Blue Cities is a documentary

TV series that travels through brasilian cities rescuing the history of rivers, most of them polluted and buried. The series reports how pollution process is related to the development of cites. The first season was released on public TVs in 2019.

Parnership: Sopa Digital.

Sponsorship: Fundo Setorial Audiovisual.

Innovation, storytelling and gamification can help redesign cities, from centralized and obsolete systems to distributed and efficient solutions. Connection with nature in cities only happens through the practical experience of getting closer to its rivers.