We are a collective of art directors, designers, programmers, writers and dreamers.
At the centre of it all is Mike Lind.
Just like hairdressers and slightly concave mirrors in change rooms, we love making you look good.
We bring immaculate typography and bold, cut through visuals to the smallest business card and the largest integrated brand campaign.
We regularly work with writers to concept and complete brand communications of all varieties.
TVCs, print ads, websites and business collateral are some some of the things we take on.
If you want to find out more, let's chat.
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This was a campaign that ran in surf magazines only. Because of this, we were able to tailor the messaging to explore the deep connection surfers have with the ocean.
This campaign launched the online portal of the Australian Financial Review, bringing to life the never-ending battle between the bulls and the bears.
A mum driving to the shops with Salt n' Pepa in her new Sportage became one of Australia's most loved ads of 2014.
Sunbeam is an Australian owned appliance company that wanted to stake out a premium position in the market with their new Cafe series. To give it a distinctive look, we worked with renowned fashion photographer Richard Bailey to create striking installations with the products as the focus.
This was a multimedia campaign to launch Coke Zero in the Australian Market. It went through outdoor, press, as well as online.
What if you hurt your leg and you let your usual carpool buddy drive your car for a while?
We decided to explain exactly where "somewhere" is, when a person says "my head was somewhere else."
We decided to be a bit cheeky with this campaign, showing the father as the centre of the life of the family. He felt a bit sheepish about it, but the power of the Sorento meant that he felt a bunch of Fathertism.
We were asked to design the livery for a new agency a few years back. They were eventually purchased by a larger agency and so don't exist in this form any more, but we're still proud of the many iterations of the design we created for their cards.
KIA wanted to make a major push, but at the time was finding it difficult to explain their entire offering. We came up with the idea that KIA Makes Perfect Sense - and to help it stand out from the usual retail clutter, took the less-travelled road of claymation for our production.
To make the largest possible impression, we went with renowned land artist Jim Denevan to a salt lake 300kms out of Kalgoorlie and created a piece of art that many went out of their way to fly over.
The Rondo is probably the least supported vehicle in the KIA range in terms of budget. They are a people mover with a very specific middle class housewife market. To talk to these people, we created a series of 'Smart Solutions' for mothers to use in their life as a parallel to the smart solutions inside each Rondo.