A West Coast pork producer gets new branding from a Richmond agency, a healthcare ad firm picks up work, and a local shop delivers stop motion videos for a mayonnaise brand.
The team tasked with bringing Dotted Line’s creative work in-house worked together at NDP. Now they’re diving into the emerging world of non-fungible tokens.
CarLotz launches a brand campaign, Smartbox gets a homegrown ad, and a state traffic safety campaign gets an update.
The 1,100-square-foot space at 4915 W. Broad St. near Willow Lawn will cater to anyone who wants to take pictures with different backgrounds and props.
An agency wraps a documentary, restaurants get TV spots through an ad giveaway, and a campaign pits a used car retailer against the former “fastest man in the world.”
A pedestrian safety campaign for the DMV, a Henrico-based agency extends its reach to the beach, and a local ad club elects new officers.
A locally produced docuseries is nominated for a Daytime Emmy, colleges get local marketing assists, and a UK-based company enlists a downtown agency.
The Martin Agency and its CSO are honored, a New York agency acquires a Richmond firm, and a designer who worked on Cheetos’ Chester Cheetah character joins a local production studio.
Richmond Ballet gets a redesigned website, a local agency and photographer team up for a national memorial foundation campaign, and VCU kicks off its second “Camp ADventure” program.
The replica trophies are now collector’s items, as the Advertising Club of Richmond is retiring the design due to a connection to Richmond’s Confederate history.