We were honoured to be asked to work with the Edmonton International Film Festival to evolve their brand. We teamed up with the incredibly talented BucketDuck to develop everything from a new identity package to passes, tickets, and hardworking materials that took the message to the streets to encourage folks to "Get their movie on."
Worked with some very talented people at ATB Financial to help them develop a down-to-earth, genuine Albertan brand.
We’re proud to work with Women Building Futures on getting the word out about life-changing careers for women in the construction and industrial trades.
Here’s a tribute to the fine people of Alberta who don’t get enough credit for their commitment to the environment. Poetry, 60fps portraiture on 16mm film, and some gorgeous music…and you have the cornerstone of another campaign.
We think triathletes are awesome – superhuman in fact. What we set up as an epic battle in 2014 continued in 2015 and we developed a comprehensive campaign that included TV, radio, outdoor and print. All those who attended the triathlon were given red capes and encouraged to "get into the race" – taking fan engagement to an all-new level.
It’s a fact. Mosquitoes suck. Especially when they carry West Nile virus.
We’ve worked with the smart folks at the Edmonton Eskimo Football Club since 2007 to produce thousands of pieces of creative to put rear-ends in seats.
When the Canadian Public Relations Society wanted to get the word out about their annual conference in our home town, they called on us. And we’re happy they did.
After working with the great people at ATB on their brand redefinition, we were asked to help them connect with Albertans through the best game you can name.
Simple and fun ads for our favourite, local, independent guitar store.
What do you do when you have an international event to sell and a very limited budget? You tap into the core truth of the event and build a campaign with outdoor, radio and TV spots created from existing still photography.
Some would say you’ve got one shot at connecting with your audience and delivering important information. Here are a couple.
A series of ads celebrating the spirit and strength of business leaders…and the 10 year anniversary of ATB’s Corporate Financial Services division.
Here’s a series of ads that demonstrate (in a twisted way) the sex appeal of good old boring reliability.
Here’s a simple and very clear approach we developed to help brand and promote the premier distance-learning provider in the province.
In 2004, we helped Alberta Recycling launch Canada’s first electronics recycling program…in true Alberta fashion. IABC silver-leaf award-winning creative recognized nation-wide.
Some simple and frank-talking ads from a down-to-earth college based in Northern Alberta.
When the local "haven" for women battling breast cancer needed some help raising capital to expand their facilities, we were more than happy to raise our hand and help out.
A unique approach to selling condos in an equally unique neighbourhood.
A series of ads and new brand positioning developed to promote Physiotherapy Alberta.
When Sobeys West wanted to reduce the amount of plastic bags they handed out, they came up with an incentive program to encourage front-end staff to put at least eight items in every bag. And we came up with how they would tell them about it.
Arguably the wurst ad we’ve ever done. See what we did there?
Point of sale messaging used wherever lottery tickets were sold.
A fun ad for ourselves that we placed in the program of the Edmonton International Film Festival.
An ad we created for Edmonton City Centre for placement in the Edmonton International Film Festival Program. Edmonton City Centre is a proud sponsor of the film festival and we're pretty proud of their commitment to not only the festival, but the community.
A fun in-branch poster the fine people at ATB produced in support of breast cancer research in Alberta. We were very happy to be a part of it.