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REPLAY 2015: Richmond BizSense Standout Ads of the Year

To ring in the New Year Richmond Biz Sense listed their top 10 standout ads from the past 12 months.  We are honored that our work with ND&P and ClearPoint was featured several times.

ClearPoint appears on the list twice for two separate campaigns: Penny Bags a Buck is a four part live-action web series that we wrote, directed and edited.  The was also mentioned in the introductory paragraph of the article alongside the Martin Agency’s internationally awarded youtube pre-roll campaing.

Save Some Bacon is the second piece for ClearPoint.  The project included an original song and a wide cast of animated characters.

Our good friends at ND&P appeared twice. The Dr. Internet video was animated at Flatland. We were also honored to participate in a small way (animated banner ads) on the Japanese Tattoo exhibit campaign for the VA Museum of Arts. ND&P spearheaded a massive campaign that appeared throughout the Richmond area. Their office building was even repainted with Japanese Tattoo art!

Here is a full list of standout campaigns. We congratulate all of the people, companies and businesses that appear. A link to the original article appears at the bottom.

Cheers, and Happy New Year!

 

The Misery Brothers– “Tomatoface” (Texas Beach Bloody Mary)

Free Agents Marketing– “Redskins Fandemonium” (Bon Secours)

The Martin Agency– “Its What You Do” (Geico)

Flatland Animation Studio– “Penny Bags a Buck” (ClearPoint)

Madison+Main– “Lighting Strikes Twice”  (Lighting Protection Institute)

ND&P– “Dr. Internet” (MidMichigan)

Think804– “Community Impact Fund” (United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg)

Flatland Animation Studio– “Do You Wanna Save Some Bacon” (ClearPoint)

ND&P– “Japanese Tattoo: Perseverance, Art and Tradition” (Virginia Museum of Fine Arts)

The Martin Agency-“Family-Unskippable”  (Geico)

 

Here is the full list, and a link to the article: CLICK HERE

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