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Squatty Potty Engages Creative Agency Struck for Brand and Retail Work

UT – 11/21/2016 – Salt Lake City-based Struck, a creative agency with offices in Portland and Los Angeles, was recently


ThomasARTS to the Rescue

Cracking the Code of Health Care Marketing in the New Era of Shifting Roles By Jonathan Richards Imagine being in


Alvarez / Hofeling Creative Services Bureau

Genius at a Breakneck Pace: Matias Alvarez and Mark Hofeling had to become bricks and mortar in order to work


Steve Olpin on YouTube and Loving it

The Talking Fly, an Experiment in Passion After more than two decades as a filmmaker, Steve Olpin fell head over


R&R Partners out of home campaign for Way to

This is the most powerful, simple message that says it all. R&R Partners designed this campaign, “Life is Short Enough”


Nickelodeon Recruitment Campaign a Home Run

This cross between live action and animation portrays the spirit of Nickelodeon and what it might feel like to work


GumCo’s Spot for Wounded Warriors Homes

You’re not alone. This is a powerful message to a population that has put it all on the line in


Oscar-Winning Producer Geralyn Dreyfous of Impact Partners discusses social change through filmmaking and social media campaigns

There’s a trick you do when you need a little reinforcement to walk into a situation where you feel unequipped


Zippy Shell Video Spot | ThomasArts

Client: Zippy Shell Click Here to watch the video!   Creative Approach: Understanding our primary audience and the inherent stress


MRM // McCann’s Creative for Verizon B2B

  Credits: Brian Deaver, Exec. Creative Director Jon Guest, Art Director Josh Ormond Sr., Copywriter Linda Hart, Producer    


Faktory’s work for Intermountain Health Care

The imagery is stunning, the messages are profound.   Mission: Care Credits: Bryant Marcum, Copwriter / CD Richard Oliver, Art


Fluid’s campaign for Creamies

Fluid’s use of big color, charming illustrated characters, unique type and clever copy make these collectible. And note, the logo