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Take advantage of any opportunity to use the existing brand to support your new message.
To begin with, such good fortune doesn't present itself that often. Then there is the built-in recognition value to be enjoyed. No doubt, whenever possible, it makes great sense to rework something you are already known for in order to tell a new story. The U.S. Department of Labor's logo is built out of a star and a couple of stripes borrowed from the American flag. The shape of a star looks a little human in that it suggests a head, two arms and two legs. I broke one of the arms because this brochure advises Federal employees about how to make injury claims. It was the least scary way I could think of to depict the subject matter. I'm enamoured by the clarity and simplicity of this concept and wish the ingredients for such a solution were at hand more often.





Reinvent something famous to make your message instantly recognizeable and inviting.
A brochure and ad campaign promoting the AAA membership card as a Christmas gift was the assignment. This determined Santa Claus driving a sled full of cards to the tune of Jingle Bells is very merry design, illustration and writing. Just enough is borrowed from a world famous tune to make the copy irresistable. In much the same way as a message is weaved into a recognizable cliche, so too can the rewriting of verse in a headline work hard to capture an audience.

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