“Books? I’ve heard of those.” = not cool
This campaign went on to win a 2012 Gold OBIE Award from the Outdoor Advertising Association of America and a Silver Nut from the Milwaukee AdWorkers.
Imagine being serenaded with holiday music played on Absolute bottles, containing different levels of liquid, while you wait for the bus.
The holidays have different meaning for everybody. This execution allows Twitter users to voice their true feelings about the holidays.
Beer Barrons. They’re all around us. In fact, you may be one and not even know it. Just check in at a sponsored event and a royal announcement of your arrival displayed on a mobile digital poster.
User generated photos pulled from Instagram or Twitter are displayed on digital billboards around the country. This will show BK patrons who their current King or Queen For a Day is.
Pulling race-time data during the Coke Zero 400, we were able give NASCAR fans live updates for the Walmart car.
This is a localization project for the Milwaukee/Green Bay market.
These are two 30 second TV spots I made for a family theme park just outside of Madison.
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This one has a clear, rotating disk with candy printed on it.
The Madison Public Library wanted to promote their large selection of artwork that members can check out to hang on their walls at home.
It makes sense to promote a product that’s used outside… outside.
Sometimes the best way to show something is to not show something.
Everybody with a PC can relate to this. Now, just imagine being greeted by it on a 14 foot tall digital billboard.
This is a business card I developed for a website production firm.