Open Ocean Creative

Create the Wave. Catch the Wave. Ride the Wave.

The Glenn Brochure and Rack Card

We developed a brochure that came with an outer flip up case/folder that housed individual information cards. The cards had

Catalina Ad

We created an ad for the hotel that promoted and set the tone for the grand opening. The ad ran in Ocean Drive Magazine and

The Catalina

This South Beach boutique hotel was entering the market place in a very competitive landscape and wanted an identity that

Inn of Chicago Grand Opening Invitation

This was not your ordinary invitation. The complete package included a brochure, reply card and a passport book to the event.

The Zank

We built a web site that was designed for easy updates on a Word Press back end system. The site had feature item boxes for

Desires Hotels

We created a complete hotel management web site for the Desires Hotels properties. The goal was to have a site that not only

Hawabi

A surf and skate Tshirt brand with a goal of great design and comfort. The brand needed to be simple enough yet stand up

Inn of Chicago

Located near Michigan Avenue in Chicago this once branded hotel was making a step out of the branded market and into the

National Office

We captured who National Office furniture is with a series of videos. One told the story of the individual who uses the

Strand Brochure

We created a fun, easy to send or take brochure. The brochure was designed to give a different message when it was viewed

Lexis Nexis What If

We produced a short run video for a campaign that was being run by LexisNexis. The “What if” campaign was to use

MAve

We created the site with the urban look and feel. We wanted the design to be consistent with what we created for the

National Office

We captured who National Office furniture is with a series of videos. One told the story of the individual who uses the

Contract Magazine Video

We captured and produced the video. The theme for the event was created from which we wrote the script and developed the

B3 Hotel

The site was built as a running gallery of images. The main content was housed in a layered box that resided on top of the
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