Category : Print
he perfect gift for the guy who loves himself just a little too much? Home delivery of curated, delicious craft beer, compliments of this start-up, The Brewbox.
hat’s this, actual headlines? Our copywriters had a chance to flex their typewriters in this print campaign celebrating this new resort development that captures the Baja of the past.
hat pain point do almost all small businesses have in common? They all need capital to help take their business to the next level. The Globe and Mail and TELUS teamed up to promote their fourth annual, Canada-wide $100,000 Small Business Challenge. A fully integrated campaign promoted the Challenge, provided tips along the way, encouraged […]
his innovative fundraiser for the BC and Ontario Societies for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals created a fictional pet, ‘Cupcake’, then had it go missing. Posters, flyers, milk cartons, and digital ads leveraged National Cupcake Day, asking people to make cupcakes in support of the charity. The tasty results? Nearly $500,000 raised in one […]
iriusXM Satelite Radio provides music, talk, sports and entertainment you can’t find anywhere on earth. We turned a conventional sales DM piece into a condensed magazine, bringing an editorial approach to the design, name and format, tuning into the quality of the SXM experience.
ewalta is a resounding resource success thanks to breakthroughs in reducing, recovering and recycling industrial waste. This infographic illustrates their enlightened plan to mitigate the impacts of a landfill site in Stoney Creek.
anada’s oil sands are constantly in the news. But what most don’t realize is just how much brainpower is being brought to bear on finding innovative new ways to reduce the impact of developing this key resource. In a way, it’s like Silicon Valley North. Our campaign sought out these scientists and engineers, and profiled […]
aste Management wanted to announce a new approach to reducing and recycling waste in Ontario’s Napanee region. We created a pretty straightforward announcement ad that talked about ‘reducing things’. But with a brilliant stroke, we put an entirely different spin on things. We ran the same ad over and over, on consecutive pages. With each […]
he National Advertising Benevolent Society (Nabs) Canada is a support group for the marketing industry. Nabs launched a speed mentoring program for our industry’s young brains. The creative premise behind these posters: Soak it up.
o launch Mercedes-Benz Toronto Corporate Stores’ new platform, Dream Big, we did just that. Dreaming of a safer community, we staged complimentary CPR lessons in all GTA Mercedes-Benz showrooms. This innovative partnership with Heart and Stroke Foundation put the dealer network in a desirable new light.