Open Ocean Creative

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

Contract Magazine

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

The Glenn Hotel

This identity was created for the first boutique hotel in the city of Atlanta. This high end boutique hotel was setting the

Hawabi

We created an ecommerce based site that not only would show the product and highlight the brand but would give ease of use

Dan Morrell

Chicago’s number one DJ approached us to develop his personal brand. He wanted to develop a brand that fit his

National Office

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

Hotel Astor Decoder Glasses – Mini Bar Promotion

We created a fun promotion to draw business to the mini-bars within the hotel. There was a single decoder card and a pair of

Contract Magazine

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

EDC

We created a web site that showcased the Economic Development for St. Lucie County in Florida. This site was built on a Word

Mann Research

The sales brochure was designed as a tri-fold pocket brochure. The outside of the folder was a large graphic of the property

MAve Stationary

Simple black, white and silver palette. This compliments the use of color imagery and makes the color from the images pop.

Hotel Mela

Located in the heart of Time Square, OOC not only had the assignment to create an identity, but to name the hotel as well.

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

National Office

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

MAve

Built off of a peoples choice vote for the name and identity, OOC created a series of names and identities to match those

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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