Carmichael Lynch

Transforming Urban Fabric to Art

Agency: Carmichael Lynch


Rusty, a 100-year-old landmark water tower, proudly sits on the roof of Minneapolis-based advertising agency, Carmichael Lynch. The agency utilized this ubiquitous yet often-ignored city element as a way to project public art to the community. This year they partnered with the Minneapolis College of Art and Design to create a new loop of mapping projections. These unique experiences of light and vision are now open for the public’s viewing pleasure.

This professional campaign titled 'Transforming Urban Fabric to Art' was published in United States in March, 2013. It was created for the brand: Carmichael Lynch, by ad agency: Carmichael Lynch. This Ambient medium campaign is related to the Agency Self-Promo industry and contains 1 media asset. It was submitted about 9 years ago.


Advertising Agency: Carmichael Lynch, USA
Chief Creative Officer: Dave Damman
Senior Editor: Brad Baker
Photographer: Charles Veit
IT Director: Steve Diedrich
Art Producer: Sandy Boss Febbo
Communication / Marketing Manager: Maria Hileman


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