Please check out Grote Industries' new product: Brite Zone™
Packaging designed by Johnson McNair Branded Success. www.grote.com
Estelle and I are pleased to announce the launch of our new book series; introducing Ari's Play Lab! The series is about an inquisitive little girl named Ari. She’s 7 years old and is a future scientist! She learns all about the world around her with the help of her parents. There are two books available: "How Do Airplanes Fly?" and "How Does Sound Travel?" (with special guest, Santa Claus!) Please go to www.arisplaylab.com and download some free coloring pages & please buy a copy from Amazon!
Happy Birthday to us!!! It's our third year in business. Three Years? Really? Feels like we just got started.
Johnson McNair Branded Success, a creative studio specializing in design and marketing for consumer products and services is proud to announce their involvement in creating initial concept illustrations for Procter & Gamble’s "P&G Home” for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
The P&G Home was an immersive experience for attendees of the Winter Olympics that highlighted P&G's brands in the global stage. It was a "haven" for participants to learn more about each P&G brand and to interact with each display.
“We were approached by the P&G Marketing team to help them refine their initial ideas for the P&G Home,” says David Johnson, Creative Director of Johnson McNair. “We participated in pitch meetings within each brand group and were tasked with creating concept illustrations that better rendered their ideas to help secure each brand's identity in the P&G Home with interactive displays that included Pampers, Gillette, Fairy, Ariel, Crest, and Pantene. "Johnson McNair provided ideas to help drive clarity and add substance to our initial thoughts which made them into more robust conceptual renderings." says Tysonn Betts, Associate Design Manager for Procter & Gamble. "We create brand design for top-tier companies across the globe." says Estelle McNair, partner at Johnson McNair. "This project served as a great introduction to what we do."