Wendy Gray RGD, Laura McInnis Prov RGD
and the Gravity Inc.
team created a logo, branding and toolkit as part of a mental wellness campaign targeted towards young adults headed to university and college.
Intended to encourage dialogue around mental health, the package included cards with tips for managing stress, anxiety and depression, alongside fun promotional pieces like branded tags and stickers.
They designed and developed a website that was accessible, easy to navigate and strongly reflects the NWAC brand. The website reinforces NWAC’s goal to enhance, promote, and foster the social, economic, cultural and political well-being of Indigenous women within First Nation, Métis and Canadian societies.
Greg Dubeau RGD
and the teams from M5
and Accomplice Content Supply Co.
developed “Making Waves”—a series of animated promotional videos for Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI)
showcasing the impact Nova Scotia businesses and their global partnerships are making.
Key Nova Scotia sectors such as clean technology, aerospace defence, oceans, and seafood are showcased by featuring the unique business relationships they share with global business leaders such as IBM, EY, and Tesla, as well as cultural phenomena such as Coachella, Gordon Ramsay, and the International Space Station.
RGD Team Member, Reich&Petch designed the newest addition and most ambitious exhibition at Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, the David H. Koch Hall of Fossils—Deep Time.
The exhibit invites visitors to explore the epic story of life on Earth—a 4.6 billion year journey within a 31,000 sf exhibition space. Graphics celebrate the metaphor of the ‘stream of life’. Flowing ribbons highlight key messages and help visitors navigate the hall. They are paired with circular motifs capturing moments in time.
Ian Grais RGD, Hans Thiessen RGD
and the Rethink Canada
team teamed up with Earth Paws to create the first and only car-baked dog treat.
Every year, hundreds of dogs are left in hot cars and die from heat exposure. Earth Paws hopes their new treats can help prevent further incidents by proving just how dangerous they can be. The treats contain 100% natural and organic ingredients and were baked using the internal heat of a parked car, on a hot summer day