• Posters for Parks 2020: Call for Artists

    by / May 28, 2020 /

    Even in the midst of uncertainty, life goes on – and so will the Posters for Parks show.
     
    Thanks to a global pandemic, this year’s show will almost certainly be different than in years past. How? We don’t know yet. We do know that the show, featuring posters inspired by Minneapolis parks, will take place in late September or early October – ideally with a gallery space that can be safely visited (as allowed) by those who wish to do so, but also with [Read More]

  • Job Alert: Cambria Seeks Sr. Art Director/ACD

    by / May 28, 2020 /

    As a digital-minded Sr. Art Director, creative strategic thinking in web design creation, social media best practices, and email strategies are essential. This candidate is highly creative, motivated, an experienced leader and is not afraid to dig in and move pixels around. This person is part strategic thinker, part creative problem solver, strong collaborator and an all-around good person, who has a passion for design communication and user experience. 

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  • #SackTheApps

    by / May 19, 2020 /

    Jordan Rohweder and Darren Tibbits rolled out a new campaign created for restaurants and the service industry.

    This campaign targets delivery apps who charge not only customers a good chunk of change, but restaurants as well. Jordan and Darren hope this campaign will raise some awareness and get people thinking twice about using delivery apps. 

     

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  • Little Rebrands a Sleepaway Camp Adventure Destination

    by / May 4, 2020 /

    The team at Little & Company recently partnered with Cote Family Destinations to refresh the brand identity system for Camp Lincoln for Boys and Camp Lake Hubert for Girls.

    Nestled on the shores of Lake Hubert, MN near Nisswa, these sleepaway camps have been creating the ultimate summer experience for kids from across the United States since 1909.

    Before we get to the lovely work, here's a little[Read More]

  • Tribeca Film Institute: If/Then Shorts Winner

    by / April 17, 2020 /

    James Christenson has some exciting news to share with y'all.

    Through my Minneapolis-based production company, Vista Pop, my collaborator Brennan Vance and I were selected as the winners of the Tribeca Film Institute's 2020 If/Then Shorts - American Midwest - pitch competition for our short documentary TO BE RECONCILED. The motion picture follows an undocumented immigrant from the Twin Cities who, while fighting a zero-tolerance immigration system and the relentless threat of depo[Read More]

  • UCare Assures Members “We’re Here for You” During Social Distancing

    by / April 17, 2020 /

    These days, quality, responsive healthcare is more important than ever, and yet, the systems and procedures of care have been turned on their head.

    UCare's new “We’re here for you" :30 TV ad spot has the perfect metaphor for social distancing. Because, sometimes being a "people powered" company means parking your five person tandem bike and taking care of customers on the phone or online.

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