Squatch Creative has always been inspired by the golden-age of advertising. Our crew relies on a background in analog and digital techniques to orchestrate inspired campaigns.
Established in 2013, our headquarters can be found on the edge of Wilmington’s Brandywine Park. Located directly next to the historic studios of American Illustrator Frank Schoonover.
Creative Director Marcus Price has been a graphic design fanatic his entire life. Motivated by legends like Vignelli and Glaser, NYC serves as a never ending well for inspiration. He keeps the crew focused on applying those basic principles of good design throughout projects – traditional or digital. For all clients, Squatch will stress maintaining brand traditions when utilizing modern technique and technology. Confident that when we honor the past new ideas can flourish.
RICH MEDIA CREATION
Creative design is only as good as the limitations of the developer bringing it to life. Daily those limitations stretch to what was once thought unimaginable. Our crew maintains a tab on what is technologically current, rapidly approaching, or on the horizon. Today’s average web experience demands so much more for positive user engagement. That all begins with a solid plan for user experience, often created hand-in-hand with a fresh aesthetic.
It was Godard that said “Photography is truth. The cinema is truth twenty-four times per second.” A testament to the powerful impression finely tuned video can have. Whether that content is integrated as an additional asset or stand-alone. Client-led strategic thinking motivates our work, from jobs requiring a small production team to fully staffed large-scale shoots. Squatch has traveled across the globe to execute stunning visuals for our projects.
As a full-service advertising agency, Squatch excels when a client permits us to handle the heavy creative strategy. We always seek to strengthen weak tactics while searching out future campaign opportunity. Long-term client relationships are a sacred thing to the Squatch crew. Knowing that there is no substitute for full immersion when representing a brand’s voice. In the end we know it’s the audience that will determine if the work speaks for itself.