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Rakuten makes Grammy debut
The Japanese e-commerce giant dropped its first ever North American campaign during last night’s Grammys. Directed by acclaimed duo Vania & Muggia, the TV introduces Rakuten as a premium lifestyle brand and is the introduction of a months-long, DC-led brand overhaul.
The Dubs & DC: Game recognize game
The new campaign for the NBA champs celebrates the franchise's 47-year legacy in Oakland through novel pairings of Warriors — old-school and new — playing in perfect sync across a continuum of time.
New name and ID for Redhook reboot
How do you take a craft pioneer snubbed by the next generation of beer nerds and make it cool again? You build an innovation brewing pub and get DC to name it and design the ID. Welcome to Brewlab.
Fresh back-to-school look for Udemy
We’re proud to finally unveil a comprehensive rebrand for leading online learning platform, Udemy.
StubHub welcomes birth of inner fan
Today a new campaign emerges from that puppet’s long, weird shadow. Called “Let Your Fan Out,” the work champions StubHub as more than a place to get a ticket you want.
Stride Rite embraces the chaos
The world may change, but the joyful pandemonium of childhood remains a constant. Being no strangers to that joy ourselves, D/C was excited to be tapped to work on a brand refresh for Stride Rite. The new work encourages parents both to embrace the chaos and come prepared.
Today's StubHub news: T.O. gets naked & other abominations
If, like us, you can't get enough of Ticket Oak, this Q3 roundup is for you.
CA says Tahoe South’s just their type
Communication Arts has honored Duncan/Channon in this year’s prestigious Typography Annual for design of the new Tahoe South identity for the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority.
Blurb finds its own books
A comprehensive rebrand and the “Find Your Book” campaign Duncan/Channon created for Blurb have garnered a second year of industry accolades, the latest honors being coveted slots in the Brand New Awards and Communication Arts Advertising Annual.
D/C gets happy
This fall, after galvanizing the British public, the happy egg co. is coming to the US. And, following a pitch, they hired a truly free-range agency – the uncageable Duncan/Channon – to develop a digital brand in the US.
On the plus side: D/C delivers new ID, site for shopping innovator
Marqeta, the company that's reinventing shopping for both consumers and businesses, today launched its new brand identity and website, created by the Duncan/Channon design and UX team.
D/C makes a splash with Tahoe rebrand
he Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority, which is tasked with promoting the south side, hired D/C for a complete rebrand. Eight months later, client and agency unveiled the new brand and an entirely new name for the destination -- Tahoe South.
Farrier rolls on: One Show Pencil added to Creative Review, Addy honors
REBRAND 100 redux: this time for Esurance
Duncan/Channon revisits the winners’ circle at the 2011 REBRAND 100 Global Awards, picking up a Merit for the rebranding of Esurance.
You might expect to see the venerable lion logo of the Ritz-Carlton Residences in Beverly Hills or Malibu. You don’t expect to see it in downtown LA near neighborhoods realtors politely refer to as “transitional.” The agency needed to paint a vivid picture for Ritz’s well-heeled customer of what it would be like to live in an area that only a few years ago they wouldn’t even visit. So rather than show the residences, which people are rightly inclined to believe are luxurious, the campaign -- which includes banners, collateral and a new website, in addition to newspaper and magazine ads -- puts the focus on the amazing sports, entertainment and dining options just outside their stylish front door.