Trapeze Faves 2016

January 6, 2017

We’re going to be going into the vault this year as we celebrate our 20th anniversary. But let’s start with a few work samples from 2016 that made us happy. Thanks go out to the clients featured here.

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Groovy poster design for the AGGV’s unique water colour exhibition showcasing a wide range of styles in this medium – from still life to provocative social commentary. Click here to visit the website.

Otto
We built the brand starting with the name and identity, through web, digital marketing and sales centre for this under construction development featuring condos, lofts and townhomes in Saanich. Click here to visit the landing page.

Asian Hockey Federation
Pleased as punch to reveal the new visual identity for this international pro sport organization representing field hockey in over 30 countries.

Cosmedica
Kudos to Cosmedica for this fun-loving campaign and promo launched during Pride Week 2016. Click here to visit the landing page.

Pacific Climate Examiner
This responsive website is an international online magazine and leading resource featuring articles about the latest research in climate issues around the globe. Click here to visit the website.

Haida Gwaii Museum
The plane rides there were fun ;-).  We were very honoured to create this website to showcase the vast and internationally renowned collection of art from the Haida Gwaii. Click here to visit the website. 

McCall Gardens
A new facility, a name change, visual identity and integrated campaign helped to relaunch one of BC’s most respected funeral and memorial service providers. Congrats to all our friends at McCalls! Click here to visit the website.

Dreamcraft
Check out this new visual identity for a local tech company leading the way in virtual reality experiences for the attractions industry across North America.

Victoria International Jazz Fest
Amazing what a bunch of squiggly lines can say about the ever eclectic, beloved and respected Victoria International Jazz Festival!

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria (campaign)
Oh this was a fun one. A multi-execution campaign designed to get folks to think about how art enriches our minds, our hearts and our imaginations. Who needs reality? We got enough of that. Click here to visit the website.

Royal Oak Burial Park
Royal Oak Burial Park has emerged as leader in marketing for their industry and our “shark” TV ad advising people to not put themselves in peril was another breakthrough in the category. We’ve all got plenty of time for the burial plot – but in the meantime, let’s be careful out there! Click here to visit the website.

 

Craigdarroch Castle
Perhaps the highlight of 2016 was this campaign where we brought the Dunsmuir family to life. The Dunsmuirs built and lived in historic Craigdarroch Castle in the late 1800s. A feat of casting, costuming, art direction and copywriting! Click here to learn more about this campaign.