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LCH // Loic Chevalier

Design, Branding & Strategy For Tomorrow's Future, Today.

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Ottawa Fringe Festival 2012

For its fifteenth birthday, we gave the Ottawa Fringe a brand new identity that helped them shatter attendance records. If only every client had a beer tent.

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NA Poster III – print available soon.

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Beacon

Commissioned by Mullarney to design a CD and LP packaging for his new album.

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DARK, SEXY JUNGLES

We built an interactive contest for Ottawa Tourism that broke the mold of what people expected from Canada’s capital city.

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Wish for
the Future

How do we make the world work for 100% of humanity? This mutlimedia storytelling and art project aimed to find out by asking users to help contribute to a better tomorrow through film, art and music.

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Signals Poster progress. Print available soonish.

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Sweet. Sensitive. Sensible.

We worked with independent Irish filmmaker Kirsten Sheridan to develop the website, branding and poster design for the SXSW debut of Dollhouse

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We rebranded our phone company

We upgraded our phone system just as Versature wanted to upgrade their image. We reached out and touched their website, logo and collateral.

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MyMusic

Ottawa startup MyMusic set out to become the number one source for music news online. We helped them establish a brand that would take the music world by storm.

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The new Chicken.ca

We helped chicken take flight with a new consumer-focused website, digital marketing strategy and online brand. Tasty.

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We got a hot dog steamer that barks when the dogs are done. Great week so far.

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