Advertising Spotlight Submission: Wisconsin

Agency: Jigsaw | Client: Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare | Art Directors: Trevor Eiler/Anne Linginfelter

“It’s all about the lifesaving benefits of being able to see more than just straight ahead,” Jigsaw, the Milwaukee-based agency wrote, referring to the device that provides a panoramic, 330-degree view of the colon, which increases a doctor’s ability to detect cancer sooner.

Jigsaw, an agency from Wisconsin, submitted to this year’s advertising competition with a humorous ad promoting the new Fuse Colonoscopy system at Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare. Bookings for the device, compared to standard colonoscopies, increased more than 60 percent since the ad ran. To learn more about Jigsaw, visit the company’s website here.

527c09a1ae9b4cafa51f05832bc1ba36 Agency: STIR | Client: United Performing Arts Fund | Art Director: Lee Tse

It’s the stuff of a great ballet performance: graceful ballerinas, a grand stage, a live orchestra and a middle-aged man in jeans. Well, at least by the standards of the United Perfoming Arts Fund, an organization that financially supports more than 30 arts groups in Wisconsin.

Graphis is pleased to feature STIR’s recent submission to the Advertising Annual 2015 competition, “Be a Vital Part of the Performance,” which thanks patrons for their part in making a performance possible. STIR received Gold awards in the Advertising Annual 2014 for “Dancer” and “Trumpeter,” two ads it also created for the United Performing Arts Fund.

STIR, a design, marketing and advertising agency, hopes to visually demonstrate the “important role donors play in not only supporting performances and education, but also strengthening the community,” they wrote in their entry. The results, they say, surpassed the organization’s fundraising goal. To check out more work from STIR, visit the company’s website here.

We would love to see your work. Submit to the Advertising Annual 2015 competition for a chance to be published among the most compelling and influential advertising of the year.

Author: Rachel Lowry

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