AdFed & Ad2 Board Applications Now Being Accepted

by / May 24, 2019 /

WANTED: Talented and fun people to get involved with AdFed and Ad2.

They say it takes a village. And it's true. AdFed and Ad2 has served to better the Minneapolis and St. Paul advertising community for over 110 years. And now they need talented, smart, fun, and driven people to keep them going for another 110 years.

There are many ways to get involved: volunteering for events, serving on committees, or, better yet, joining their leadership team.

If you've got what it t[Read More]

New Faces at Fellow

by / May 23, 2019 /

Fellow continues to grow with the addition of two new designers.

Keelan Campbell joins Fellow from the Minneapolis office of The Engine is Red where he drove branding initiatives and digital projects from UI/UX design through rollout. Keelan grew up in Manhattan, Kansas and we have it on good authority he's visited the other Manhattan a few times, too.

Jack Le Win comes to Fellow by way of the Minnesota Vikings where he designed brand campaigns, stadium activations and exper[Read More]

Swim Creative Secures Wins at Healthcare Advertising Awards

by / May 22, 2019 /

Duluth-based branding and advertising studio, Swim Creative, announced that its television advertising spots titled “Our Strength Lives in You” and “Establish Care About You,” for St. Luke’s Hospital’s Primary Care Campaign received merit recognition by the Healthcare Advertising Awards. The agency also received merit recognition for the design of the American Optometric Student Association’s (AOSA’s) new logo. 

The Healthcare Advertising Awards was established 36 yea[Read More]

Martin Williams Rebrands

by / May 20, 2019 /

This month, Martin Williams revealed their own rebrand, including a new shape, tone, color palette and way they show up in the world. This work was lead by Chief Creative Officer, Brock Davis, who joined the agency last summer.

For a legacy agency that has existed for over 70 years, Martin Williams has had its share of brand evolutions, but nothing quite like this.

“We think of it less as [Read More]