Tricalm was a new anti-itch cream that was a new-to-the-world formula. We designed the packaging to be clean and cool to fight against a cluttered category on shelf. Did national television and created out-of-home that was placed near Walgreens. The result was gaining 4% market share in 6 months. Not to mention taking home a Clio and helping win LSB win Agency of the Year.
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BRAND STRATEGY|CREATIVE DIRECTION
THE ARCHETYPE WINE PROJECT
At Lindsay, Stone + Briggs we have a strategic planning process that’s based on archetypes. The process doesn’t end with a strategic plan but is embraced by our creative process as well. We wanted to find something that demonstrated, in a tangible way, how we integrate strategy and creative archetypically.
Enter wine. Wine has very distinct personalities that can be described archetypically so we did what any creative department would do—drank wine while working on a concept for each archetype. Design, art direction and voice are all carefully built around each archetype. In the end, it was a delicious project that garnered nods from Graphis, The Dieline, CSS Design Awards, Awwwards and more.