There is a bubble: it is the overlap of graphics and language; the triumph of importance over urgency; the sound of speaking rather than talking; the magic of getting things right and getting things done; the brilliance of making a friend and making a sale. It is where you will find our values. It is where we play and work and grow. We call it sustainable marketing. This is us — The Graphic Language Company — making bubbles.
The Graphic Language Company has been directing and designing the marketing for SMEs, NGOs and a host of other non-acronymed organizations, companies and publications for almost twenty years. The company manages and produces copywriting, advertising, marketing and packaging projects for clients in Canada, Bermuda, Australia, the Caribbean, America and the European Union.
It has promoted causes as disparate as Arctic Cat snowmobiles, Canada’s National Influenza Immunization Campaign, Caymanian coffee, Christmas Seals, diapers, Doers & Dreamers, Leatherman, radio stations, realtors, peanut butter burgers, politicians, trainers (the standing-up, PowerPoint-at-the-front-of-the-room kind) Xypex and Zippo, and have been commissioned by agencies, associations, developers and business owners.
Its creative has wrapped city transit buses, warmed coffee cups and even adorned Provincial Court Judges’ pyjamas.
The company’s mission is to nurture an organic space in which to play, design and grow responsible and sustainable marketing, advertising and sales strategies and practises for passionate clients, happy staff and creative partners — in two words — Make.Believe.
Bubbly circle image courtesy Robert Proksa.