Virginia presentationVirginia presentation My first foray into the world of military intelligence communications support. The theme of “Knowing is everything” was supported with several ads highlighting the latest in surveillance electronics systems.
Assignment: Create a logo, name and marketing for the esophageal cancer benefit sponsored by Earl Small’s Harley Davidson and Harley Davidson of Cartersville. Create Ads, posters, e-blasts, t-shirts, bandanas, stack cups, web page and radio spots to promote the event. Solution: The Bands Bikes & Bikinis Benefit. Logo incorporates the HD logo as the body […]ADVERTISING, art direction, creative direction, design
Pitbull Creative is proud to be designing commemorative pins for this year’s Dragon Con convention. The pins will be a limited edition honoring Noah’s Ark. Noah’s Ark is a nonprofit organization in Locust Grove, GA, that provides care and treatment for more than 1,000 animals, including exotic, wildlife and domestic animals. Located on 250 rolling […]
L-3 Communications is one of America’s leading providers of highly sophisticated surveillance, intelligence gathering and communications equipment. They design and manufacture ruggedized display systems and computer technologies to the military, Homeland Security and local law enforcement. With literally hundreds of products and services, how does one reduce this to a single, concise and overarching […]
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Branding campaign for AGCO Corp. with a dual audience, both farmers/users of heavy tractor equipment and potential investors. AGCO’s growth strategy is in acquiring smaller enterprises while growing their product line. The advertising message must communicate that AGCO not only builds top quality farm equipment but also builds an investor’s ROI. AGCO. ALWAYS GROWING
What do I mean when I say “The Big Idea?” Let’s use the Gwinett Gladiators campaign as an example. Rather than just creating a series of fun ads featuring hockey players and clever headlines, I chose to create the brand personality through the ads themselves. Every piece of communication created had the same Voice. I […]
We have succumbed to the notion that if you repeat a message often enough, no matter how mundane or annoying, your audience will somehow become more persuaded to buy. It’s like saying, “If you hit me over the head with a hammer long enough, the pain will eventually go away.” This is an expensive lesson that takes money from […]