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Art with Heart 2017 Sneak Peek

We are deep in organisation mode for this year’s charity art exhibition Art with Heart, with only 9 more sleeps until the event. We thought you might like to take a little sneak peek into the art den of our Director David Ansett, with his…

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R U OK? Day founder used his marketing intellect for the greater good.

R U OK? Day is Australia’s first national suicide prevention day of action and was founded in 2009 by a highly successful advertising executive, Gavin Larkin who was inspired to start the campaign as a personal project to honour his father, who took his own…

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Calling All Creative and Talented Artists

We are in organisation mode again for our annual charity art exhibition, Art with Heart and are on the lookout for artists who would like to contribute to this year’s show. Art with Heart is an art exhibition held in our studio, where we raise…

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Brand slogans can become a fascinating reflection of our culture

Brand slogans/taglines are an essential element of advertising; typically short their job is to encapsulate what a brand is all about. Occasionally an advertising slogan/tagline comes along with that extra something special, it jumps out of the ad and takes on a life of its…

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Bollard Art: The Positive Force of Melbourne’s Latest Street Art

Graffiti and street art have long been an engaging medium for voices of social change, protest, or expressions of community desire, proving it can be a positive force in our community. A good example of this is the response we have seen on the streets…

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Emerging Artist, Sahil Silk Roy’s Debut Solo Show

Melbourne based multi-disciplinary artist and much loved ex Truly Deeply Designer Sahil Silk Roy is opening his very first solo show ‘Surface Tension’ at BSIDE Gallery in Fitzroy tonight and we as proud as punch for him. Silk Roy’s confidence as an artist, after painting hundreds…

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Top 5 Tips for Creating Inspiring Workplace Culture

  With the average person spending around 1842 hours at work per year we believe happiness and a healthy work culture are an imperative part of day to day operations. Happiness at work has become serious business these days with more and more workplaces wanting…

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Creative Industry Collaborates in #DesignToUnite Campaign

Last Thursday evening the finalists of the DesignToUnite campaign were announced at Eureka Tower to a crowd of over 100 guests. #DesignToUnite is a campaign that challenged creatives to design a poster calling for solidarity with Australia’s First Peoples. Next month marks the 50-year anniversary…

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Gonski Brand’s Halo Effect Shining Brightly for Turnbull

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has declared he will “bring the school funding wars to an end” in a stunning policy turnaround. Malcolm Turnbull’s surprise announcement that the Coalition have decided to adopt David Gonski’s needs-based funding model for schools at a press conference yesterday accompanied…

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Master Personal Brand Fail for MasterChef King George Calombaris

It would appear MasterChef Judge and restaurant king George Calumbaris has tarnished his personal brand when it was recently revealed nearly 200 staff at his restaurants have been underpaid $2.6 million. George Calombaris’ company underpaid 162 of the 430 current staff at his restaurants including…

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Truly Deeply raises over $27,000 for One Voice through Art with Heart 2016

It is not every day you get to hand over a rather large cheque for $27, 812.16 to the beneficiary of Art with Heart 2016, however that is exactly what we had the great pleasure of doing yesterday when some of the team from Truly…

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PwC Brand Not Shining So Brightly After Oscars Blunder

For those yet to see the footage, confusion hit the stage at this year’s Academy Awards when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway announced the incorrect winner of the Best Picture award as ‘La La Land’, not ‘Moonlight’ after they were given the wrong envelope on…

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