Through their many company initiatives and employment policies, IAG has a strong background in supporting Indigenous Australians. Extending on their commitment, IAG set out to develop their very own Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), and to represent an important milestone for Reconciliation Australia, as the 500th organisation to launch a RAP in Australia.
With IAG to become Australia’s 500th RAP accredited organization, their mission was to contribute to recognising and solving inequality between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. Designed by Re.
The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), funded largely by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is an international organization working to end global malnutrition through a market-based, sustainable solution: home fortification packets that provide the essential nutrients to give birth and raise healthy children. Along with our partners at TaskForce, Apartment One developed GAIN’s first-ever national fundraising and awareness campaign, aimed at engaging American moms, grassroots activists, and policymakers.
Apartment One conceived and developed the name, brand identity, and touch points across print, digital, consumer merchandise, and packaging. In the branding and campaign,Apartment One celebrate the power of this small solution and the impact each human action can make to end global malnutrition. Apartment One developed a brand voice and visuals to be both empowering and accessible to our core audience. Included in the graphic language is a system of blank white boxes that allows individuals to make their own marks on the campaign–and on the future.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup is the 20th FIFA World Cup, is a football tournament that is going to be played in twelve cities across Brazil. This stamp collection is self initatied project about a travel across a total of 32 national teams and 64 matches.
Emphasis is placed on a consistent layout system in order to create eye-catching and representative geometric graphic composition. Designed by MAAN.
As Museum Victoria’s creative agency, Clear was delighted to work alongside Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Melbourne Museum in developing the launch campaign for the opening of their latest permanent exhibition, First Peoples.
First Peoples was co-curated by the Yulendj (Knowledge) Group of Elders and community representatives from across Victoria in consultation with Museum Victoria staff. With great heart and generosity Yulendj contributed stories, objects and deep cultural and historical knowledge to the exhibition. And for Clear, it was all about trying to capture and distill the spirit, desire and warmth of Yulendj around the opening of the exhibition. Through an authentic First Person voice, the public are invited to connect with this new and powerful experience with the Boonwurrung and Woi Wurrung word ‘Wominjeka’ meaning ‘welcome’.
Clear’s role throughout the project has extended across creative concept development, art direction, design, and project management right through to implementation. The campaign features a 30 and 45 second TVC and cinema ad, online activity, collateral plus multiple press and outdoor media executions.