The Black @ MullenLowe Group is a group founded to create space for new Black-identified hires at the agency.

Our design team partnered with the Black @ MullenLowe Group to craft an identity around the idea of creating space. This logo makes a statement about what it feels like to occupy a Black space in a White place.
Since 2006, the mission of the Permanently Disabled Jockey Fund has been to raise awareness and funding for permanently disabled jockeys who have sustained life-altering injuries.

When they fall, PDJF and MullenLowe are here to help them back up. Our team has partnered with PDJF to create a set of deliverables that honor the legacy of the injured riders while encouraging donors to help support their care.
There have always been LGBTQ+ people at MullenLowe. But they haven’t always been connected to each other or recognized for who they are and the contributions they make. In 2019, inspired by the emergence and success of other ERG/affinity groups, LGBTQ+ employees organized the agency’s first Pride Month activities. Programming included social and educational events, with each MullenLowe office coordinating their local efforts. 

And this year, we’re launching +plus—a nationwide group of LGBTQ+ employees, united by our desire to make MullenLowe a more informed, diverse, and supportive place for LGBTQ+ people to work and grow their careers. 

The identity centers around a bold + symbol paired with a flowing gradient of colors, representing inclusivity by not limiting itself to the 8 stripes of the Pride flag, but showcasing all of the colors and shades in between.
As we all adapt to our new reality, thousands of people are still getting up and getting out. To keep our world turning. To care for the sick, bring us fresh produce, keep us connected, and so many other conveniences we take for granted. While we sacrifice our daily comforts, these unsung heroes selflessly sacrifice their health and safety to keep us safe and sound.

So we want to say thank you. We love you. To our truck drivers, our nurses, our educators, our garbage collectors, and so many others who go underappreciated; fighting the good fight so we can get back to our new normal as soon as possible. Share your gratitude with a teacher. Tag a firefighter, a store clerk, an officer. Or just simply spread the word.

Say “Thank you. We love you.” in the safest way you can right now.
@thankyou_weloveyou
Allie's a fanatic about antiques and vintage decor and quickly had to make the decision between being a hoarder or spreading the wealth by selling a curated selection of vintage items...check out tins+tings.
@tinsandtings
Banana Boat is all about having fun in the sun while staying healthy and protected. With recent studies showing that consumers weren’t using sunscreen enough, Banana Boat wanted to leverage their “Protect the Fun” platform to create a fun and educational mini campaign to help consumers understand the importance of sunscreen and skincare, all while promoting an active and outdoor lifestyle. We brought the campaign to life through a series of eye-catching, whimsical illustrated infographics using the bold, vibrant colors of Protect the Fun.
We made our own beer and it's a 10/10.

Described by our master beer crafter as "dank with citrus-y notes," All Smiles is a light beer full a flavor, wrapped in an insane label. Nice!
A typographic exploration to commemorate MullenLowe's 50th anniversary.

We explored a variety of decorative, fully custom type. From art deco to illustrative, these are a few of the options that we created.
Burger King's five “Real Meals” are the Pissed Meal, YAAAS Meal, DGAF Meal, Salty Meal, and Blue Meal. For Mental Health Awareness Month, big brands are finding creative ways to join in on the mental illness conversation. Burger King announced the launch of “Real Meals,” a line of mood-inspired meals that are meant to recognize that “No one is happy all the time. And that’s OK.”—a direct hit against their competitor McDonalds' Happy Meals.
As we all adapt to our new reality, thousands of people are still getting up and getting out. To keep our world turning. To care for the sick, bring us fresh produce, keep us connected, and so many other conveniences we take for granted. While we sacrifice our daily comforts, these unsung heroes selflessly sacrifice their health and safety to keep us safe and sound.

So we want to say thank you. We love you. To our truck drivers, our nurses, our educators, our garbage collectors, and so many others who go under appreciated; fighting the good fight so we can get back to our new normal as soon as possible. Share your gratitude with a teacher. Tag a firefighter, a store clerk, an officer. Or just simply spread the word.

Say “Thank you. We love you.” in the safest way you can right now.
@thankyou_weloveyou
The Black at MullenLowe Group is a group founded to create space for new hires of color at the agency. Our design team partnered with Black at MullenLowe Group to craft an identity around the idea of creating space. This logo makes a statement about what it feels to occupy a black space in a white place.
Since 2006, the mission of the Permanently Disabled Jockey Fund has been to raise awareness and funding for permanently disabled jockeys who have sustained life-altering injuries.

When they fall, PDJF and MullenLowe are here to help them back up. Our team has partnered with PDJF to create a set of deliverables that honor the legacy of the injured riders while encouraging donors to help support their care.
A typographic exploration to commemorate MullenLowe's 50th anniversary.
Allie's a fanatic about antiques and vintage decor and quickly had to make the decision between being a hoarder or spreading the wealth by selling a curated selection of vintage items...check out tins+tings.
Behind the scenes shooting the Century 21 jacket.