Part of series. Large floor-to-ceiling wall posters, designed to install a new purpose and culture into Powerpact’s offices. Powerpact USA is a national promotions and shopper marketing agency with offices in Dallas, New York, Richmond and San Diego. Written by Joost Hulsbosch and David Shanks. Art by April Moore. Typography by Joost Hulsbosch.
Cover design for issue #127 of The Human Nature Review magazine. The magazine is a significant (bi-monthly) source of analysis, knowledge and inspiration for readers at leading universities and research institutes in over one hundred and sixty countries. The aim is to bring into communication the variety of approaches to understanding human nature which have a regrettable tendency to be less in touch with one another than they might. The magazine’s BHAG to publish the world’s latest scientific discoveries of people as individuals, in groups, in institutions, in societies and as political and ideological being. Multimedia painting by Joost Hulsbosch.
Company concept and design for Territory. A brand consultancy helping businesses to stand for something unique, important and inspiring. Today, any business or organization needs to occupy its own Territory. As the logo is at the heart of your identity, the Big Idea is at the heart of your Territory – the company integrates traditional and digital design disciplines and transforms businesses and organizations into a energetic visual brands that support and exudes the essence of who they are and why what they offer to the world matters.
The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is a light, heavy and remarkable agile commercial vehicle, built by Daimler AG of Stuttgart, Germany as a van that delivers about anything you can think off. In record times. Photography by Michael Lewis – For Sonnenberg Murphy Leo Burnett
In today’s overcrowded marketplace, style helps you get noticed. It focuses people’s attention on your presence. In itself, that is a sound reason to invest in your brand’s visual communication, but the benefits go deeper.
Style makes the connection.
Style helps you connect with your audience; it can evoke an emotional reaction that gives people a reason to choose your brand. Done correctly, style helps your communicate with your audience on a visceral level. It helps your resonate with your audience.
Embrace style. Harness its power to cut to the chase.
A1 Poster / 2013