Our latest work for Miller Titerle was just recognized by Applied Arts in the best photography (Conceptual) category. This calls for celebration, Miller Titerle style. We should totally put ourselves in this ad as Easter eggs. Oh wait, we already did that… #LawyerAdvertising #AppliedArts #advertisingawards#Canadianadvertising #genericlawyerads #millertiterle
Reviewing the Finer Points
How does a client know if a project is going past scope? I will give you plenty of notice before you reach scope. What this is, really, is a “fussy” or “indecisive” fee. A client with their hands off the wheel will never exceed scope. We accept some tinkering and fine-tuning and those are usually
Destination Imagination’s Weekly Challenges
We made fast ads with guest creatives in the spirit of the challenges of the DI program.
Direct mail — Our Process
There’s brochures, postcards, and collateral. These are different ways to do direct mail in Vancouver
When it rains it pours. We’re back in Lurzer’s just a few short months after our last inclusion (which took forever).
The Key Visual – What Is It?
Think of it like a blueprint. It sets the tone for the concept and style. Once we articulate the Key Visual, everything else falls in place.
Print Advertising: Our Process
Our step-by-step process to make a high-concept print campaign with award-winning photographers. From concept to casting, scouting, styling, makeup and more, it’s a labour of love.
Process of Making A TV Ad
Ever wanted to know how TV commercials and digital videos were made? It’s a piece of cake, really. All you need is some actors, a stuntman, and a seventy-foot crane. JK we do budget too.
We are in the latest (Spring 2021) Lurzer’s Archive. Four ads for homeless veterans. Two for epic scuba diving underwater ninjas with luminous watches. So similar themes.
From Concept to Execution
All of our ads start out as these simple little sketches—to show you the concept before we bring in the whole team to start building. Sure, they’re no Mona Lisa—but you get the idea.