This wedding brochure for The Carolina Inn used a die cut of their emblem for the cover. It's currently being used, nationally, by Mohawk Fine Papers as a sample piece.
This is one of many invitations we've done over the years for the WakeMed Foundation's Gala.
When WakeMed asked us to help their HR team develop an innovative way to recruit highly qualified nurses, we turned to the web, direct mail and this very playful information kit that applicants would receive after registering their details on the recruitment microsite.
This direct mail piece for the Georgia Health Sciences (formally MCGHealth) Sleep Center, which snores when you open it, was directed at the person missing sleep because of a loved one who snores.
We wanted to announce the opening of MCGHealth's (now Georgia Health Sciences) Cancer Care Center by allowing people to literally open the doors in this magazine insert which was part of a larger campaign.
What is a Caniac? We think we nailed the definition on this T-shirt for the Carolina Hurricanes. TV, radio, web and in-game spots were also part of this fan base "branding" campaign.
We designed this sales kit for BD's SurePath product which holds all the information a doctor would need about the test, as well as an actual testing device for the sales team to leave behind. Click here to learn more.
We've worked with East West Partners on a number of projects including the launch of Meadowmont Village. This was a multipronged campaign involving residential, retail and broker outreach.
Our designers got very hungry while doing this series of bus signs for Blue Baker.
We love to team up with a local nonprofit each year to help them with branding and marketing. Last year, we worked with the Orange County chapter of Habitat for Humanity to develop this concept.
The headlines and yellow cab color of this series of in-store signage for Streets Deli capture the New York deli spirit of this restaurant.
We really wanted to drive home the impact that the arts can make on kids for this series for the United Arts Council.
This is one of a set of in-store posters we created for Zero's Subs. A little off-beat, but that's how we like it.
This print ad was part of a multifaceted campaign to increase awareness for MCG?s (now GSU) Chest Pain Center. We wanted to illustrate the confusion people often have when trying to figure out if what they?re feeling is indigestion or something more serious ? and reassure them that MCG can answer those questions at their Chest Pain Center.