decades of design excellence
The first ever pop-up annual report
One of our many record firsts. What better way to explain how your products impact a home?
Coca-Cola Bottling Company
A refreshing way to engage stakeholders
Have a drink on us while you read our message in a bottle.
The face that launched a thousand trips
Pualani has always been a beacon of Hawaiian hospitality. She represents a promise that few airlines can promise—warmth, care and generosity to travelers, all hallmarks of Hawaiian culture.
Can you see the arrow yet?
Our report for FedEx was exhibited at the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum in New York.
Portraying value on people and technologies
Landmark communications for one of the most innovative companies in the world.
Award-winning designs for a cellulose company
Sometimes creativity comes from the least expected places.
A passport to the world
Few brands are truly everywhere. But what is a global brand? It’s a passport for investors, to the world. So why not make your annual report a replica of a passport—down to the cover stock.
A metaphor for connection
This compelling ad campaign for a satellite company launched their new brand…and launched our logo into space! The result earned us a place in the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum’s permanent collection.
When the medium is the message
This award-winning relationship used the medium to communicate the visceral nature of the message. We used an innovative printing technique with centered dot screens to achieve a raw news feel.
Children’s television workshop
A playful brand with a serious mission
Few photoshoots have created as many joyful images as this one—and with such a great message, our work with Sesame Street had to be an award winner.
A relationship spanning two decades
From a pinstriped room to a book with all blank pages—the work has been truly exceptional.
An art and a science
Flavor and fragrance are the most evocative to our senses. Our work for International Flavors and Fragrances always created an emotional, as well as intellectual response.
Dreaming of another world
We love how this image depicts the relationship between a consumer and her gaming app—a fun, virtual world manifested in the physical one.
From laser die-cuts to special bonding
A great opportunity to geek out on paper and printing, from laser die-cuts to special bonding. Exhibited as far as the Hamburg Museum of Art and Crafts and at the Rotunda in Hong Kong.