The story for the 2015 season for Circus Flora took place in the 1920s. Not the Roaring 20s, but the time where people were flocking to America and learning to live in large cities with many cultures and personalities.
The show was titled One Summer on Second Street and Trippco had the privilege of being the marketing agency for Circus Flora.
We started with the poster artwork and used it as the basis for all print, digital and out-of-home tactics.
Watch the broadcast commercial we produced in-house for this year.
Additionally we handled all media outreach and press appearances, placing of media and social media posts surrounding the show.
Stay tuned for next year… their 30th anniversary. It’s going to be spectacular!
Premium Retail Services was in need of a collateral piece that is worthy of their name. After an unsuccessful round of concepts with another agency, Tripp Co. was brought in to save the day. Our first focus was the packaging of the brochure. The client had requested that it feel substantial and book-like. We approached several printers and went through many rounds of discussions before settling on a vendor and coming up with an acceptable mock-up of the final product.
The copy concept was given to Premium so that they could provide the case studies and relevant numbers for each spread. We presented a couple of concepts/themes and the chosen direction was “strength in numbers.”
The final piece not only looks premium, but feels it as well. When you pick up the brochure it has soft and velvety tactile sense — helping to contribute to the perception of luxury. Photos can’t do the final piece justice. Trust us, it feels amazing!
KAI Design & Build had a challenge that many companies face with their collateral material – they needed the ability to customize the piece according to the audience to which they were speaking. Additionally, they needed to control costs so printing a separate brochure for each of their markets was out of the question.
Tripp Co. worked with KAI to determine their needs and presented several options that would ease their pain. The answer came down to how the piece would be bound. After exploring several customized methods for binding, we went with a screw post binding system. Not only does this provide KAI a ready-made brochure on the shelf, but also the business development personnel have the ability to customize the piece by simply inserting applicable project profile or sales sheets that speak directly to their prospect. We carefully designed each insert to ensure a seamless presentation, no matter which sheets were used. Then we packaged it in a custom cover that contained overview information about the company.