The latest campaign for Etsy explores what it truly means to live well with our well-curated belongings. Filmed over three days and resulting in six different 30-second spots, these films tell three unique but related character stories—each with a compelling style all their own. Here's one of Tony and crew's favorites.
Made in partnership with Frank Collective (Brooklyn, Los Angeles) and Radke Films (Toronto). With Frank Collective as creative agenc[Read More]
KNOCK, inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Pete Leacock as Vice President Account Director. In this pivotal role, Pete will lead strategic initiatives for KNOCK’s clients, focusing on digital solutions that push the limits of integrated campaigns — and deliver on business and brand objectives.
“I’m excited to join an independent agency who values new ways of doing brand integration,” says Lea[Read More]
In May, local non-profit TreeHouse launched their new brand with updated logo, visual identity, and mission. TreeHouse has been serving teens in the Twin Cities since 1979, giving them a safe space to process life’s ups and downs, develop healthy relationships, and find support. As TreeHouse looked to grow their model nationwide, they knew they needed a fresh look and articulation of their mission. Open Book Communications partnered with TreeHouse on a new visual identity and approach to th[Read More]
MONO, a MDC-owned and leading creative agency based in Minneapolis, continues its growth streak with the promotion of Steve Lynch to Director of Strategy and the hire of José Acosta into a new position, Director of Integrated Production.
Riding a bike is an exercise in discovery. Moving through streets and along pathways on two wheels, we see the sights, surprises, and secrets of a city that go by in a blur when we’re in cars — even when that city is the place we call home.
One of my favorite things about bikeshare in general, and Nice Ride in particular, is that it makes riding a bike a little more accessible for visitors and r[Read More]
Twitter has been all abuzz about this bowling robot video local motion graphic designer Tom Coben created. It's garnered over 72,000 retweets with 17M views as of last Friday. Will Smith was all weirded out about it and ESPN thought it was pretty cool, too.