HIP OFFERS creative IDEAS ACROSS ALL CHANNELS OF COMMUNICATION. THE STRENGTH OF OUR AGENCY HAS ALWAYS BEEN THE imagination OF OUR PEOPLE & THE DESIRE TO DELIVER great WORK.
Part of a statewide annual campaign for the Illinois Tobacco Quitline. Other components included outdoor, television, radio, social media, digital media, and consumer print publications.
Three Little Words - Bank with BOS
This pre-roll spot was created specifically for YouTube and used to target millennials in central and southern Illinois. Who doesn't want to hear those three little words.
For banners used at national and international trade shows, HIP doesn’t settle for something that just looks good … but looks good enough to eat. The concepts were also powerful for print and online campaign reach.
When people tell the client they can’t wait for the next billboard, you’re doing something right.
HIP has had the pleasure of working with this multi-market salon since its inception. Starting with naming and logo development to defining in-salon, traditional, digital, and social media marketing strategies.
How do you drive, act, and achieve just the right camera presence in this 30-second spot for the Illinois Tobacco Quitline? Chalk it up to the magic of HIP and our production partners. No flannel or farmer caps were harmed during the shoot.
Our client rode the Twerk wave and gained national notoriety with this humorous billboard. Posted on Reddit and other popular sites, the image was shared by over 12 million viewers at last count. Thank you, Miley.
This transit message was part of a larger "Endangered" multi-media campaign for an Illinois financial institution.
When a client has cool, fun products they’re throwing right to HIP’s creative wheelhouse. Print, e-blasts, direct mail, social, radio — the concepts were seamless and effective medium to medium.
Who knew this innocent outdoor message would stir controversy. When it did, HIP reacted fast by creating a "censored" banner that was added to the billboard to cover the woman. The label invited the public to visit a microsite to cast their vote for: Too hot. Just right. Or, I have better things to worry about. The story was featured in local newspapers and marketing blogs across the Internet, garnering thousands of votes.
Who wears designer frames? Hello – eyeballs. This spot was a different angle to promote the client's extensive selection of designer eyewear.
Logo design for Health on Purpose. Dr. Renken founded HOP as a not-for-proﬁt dental program for the Hope Institute, a private special education school in Springﬁeld offering innovative care for children and young adults with multiple disabilities.
do. Active Products were designed by certified fitness professionals and salon stylists specifically for those with an active lifestyle. HIP has been instrumental in helping to brand the product line through naming and logo development, product packaging, display design, collateral materials, web development, social media and more.
HIP didn't have to travel to a tropical rainforest to create this exotic radio spot. Some of us are scared of snakes.
Who doesn’t love a dentist with a sense of humor?
HIP keeps this financial institution's branding consistent, light and creative. Who said "bank" has to be a four letter word?
Digital capabilities, responsive technology, and app development allow a multitude of clients to reach customers and target groups on the move. For Zara's, customers love the mobile site convenience of immediate access for collision issues.
Versatility and durability of Burrus products are reflected in this spot that was a pleasure to art direct because of the professionalism of the actors. We also like this spot because it’s not a farmer giving his field the squinty-eye look of satisfaction.
Ever wonder just what happens when you drop your car off for service? This award-winning :30 television spot gives you a peek.