Articles Tagged ‘lg2’
Cossette wins Yellow Pencil at D&AD
The agency’s SickKids work led Canadian winners at this year’s show, where nine agencies combined for 20 Pencils.
Leo leads Canadian One Show finalists
A total of 21 local agencies have a shot at picking up a Pencil at next month’s show.
Lg2 takes Grand Crea
The agency’s work with Quebec’s Dairy Farmers earned it the top prize at the show recognizing the best work in Quebec.
Tourisme Quebec focuses on its full offering
A new campaign and interactive documentary aims to show the diversity of things to do on a trip to the province.
Oka takes its versatility message national
The cheese brand launches its first campaign focused on boosting its entire portfolio.
Lg2 names new leadership positions
As work grows and a co-founder formally moves into retirement, the agency gives a pair of creatives new roles.
The Contenders: Designs for success
Our look at this year’s award show hopefuls examines the design-focused work that will turn judges’ heads.
CRC 2017: Lg2 likes to see the whole picture
This year’s #3 agency found success building its design business into full branding efforts.
Lg2 Toronto hires first VP of strategy
Keith Barry joins the agency to bring on-the-ground leadership to an expanding client roster.
Habs’ farm team shows off its new colours
Lg2 designed the logo and uniform of a team vying for young hockey fans in Quebec.
Grey, Leo tie for top spot in Gunn Report
Zulu, Rethink, Lg2 and Sid Lee round out the top Canadian agencies in the annual creativity ranking.
Farnham Ale & Lager shows off its range
Lg2′s latest work for the craft brewery shows there is a level of bitterness for everyone.
How Bell is keeping the momentum going for Let’s Talk
This year’s campaign puts a spin on a creative format and uses more social media channels.
Manchu Wok hits the courts
A partnership with the NBA for a Chinese New Year contest continues a more brand-focused approach for the QSR.
Check it out: How does Farnham get so bitter?
A new spot suggests heavy metal and rush hour traffic help give the brewery’s hops their signature taste.