COVID-19 related Projects from Chairman Ting, Greenmelon, Michael Zavacky RGD, Now Creative Group, On the Chase! and Zulu Alpha Kilo

In this unprecedented time, designers are doing their part to address the needs of their clients (both internal and external) and the public at large. RGD highlights COVID-related self-initiated projects by designers and creative agencies.


Zulu Alpha Kilo launched a campaign that encourages Canadians and individual across the Globe to stay home as the world collectively tries to flatten the curve. 

The integrated campaign consists of broadcast, OOH and social executions. For Canada, the visual emphasizes the ‘Stay Home’ message by utilizing a modified Canadian flag, replacing the maple leaf with a home.



Julian Brown RGD (On The Chase!) created a new ‘O Canada’ for these strange times.
"This is a little something I wrote to help me deal with this big thing." says Julian. It’s part parody and part therapy, with a simple call-to-inaction. Animated and posted at the start of April, it grew naturally over the month on Facebook, reaching almost 10k views.



BytownBox, brought to you by Greenmelon and Lowe-Martin. Two locally owned businesses with two goals. Supporting Ottawa businesses and sharing what they have to offer.
During these especially unique times, BytownBox is a simple way to support local. Each box is jam-packed with high-quality products, delivered right to your doorstep.




Daniel Francavilla Provisional RGD and the team at Now Creative Group teamed up with PureFilter to launch Maskwell, locally designed, high-quality protective masks. 

Maskwell builds re-usable masks that feature high-efficiency replaceable filters to help keep healthy during uncertain times. Every purchase of Maskwell includes a donation to provide personal protection equipment to frontline workers fighting the pandemic.
Michael Zavacky RGD designed this poster and had it installed in downtown Ottawa to raise awareness for COVID-19 and physical-distancing.
Chairman Ting and the Vancouver Whitecaps have teamed up to create a limited edition print documenting the 7 PM cheer going around the city.
All proceeds will go to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank to help COVID-19 relief efforts.