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Everyone knows Photoshop. The product has become a verb, and nearly every image we see—magazine ads, fine art photos, movie posters—has been touched by Photoshop.
First engaged nearly a decade ago to support an advertising campaign, The History Factory has continually worked with Edward Jones, one of North America’s most-awarded financial services firms.
Our work with one of the world’s leading law firms is rooted in a long relationship with legacy
firm Hogan & Hartson.
Boston Scientific’s brand positioning is future-focused. We worked with them to prove a track record of consistent innovation.
Founded in 1818, and largely successful thanks to generations of loyal customers, Brooks Brothers has a brand that's steeped in heritage.
We developed a world-class exhibit for HarperCollins Publishers' global headquarters, featuring renowned authors and historic achievements from nearly two centuries of publishing.
For more than 15 years, we have partnered with Subaru of America on a wide range of heritage-based initiatives.
Our integrated centennial communications plan for Lockheed Martin led to a rich Story Bank, a successful print and digital advertising campaign, and an award-winning publication.
After decades of growth through mergers and acquisitions, there was no clear understanding of the company’s history. We codified the organizational history and expressed it in story-driven communications aligned with the Time Warner Cable brand.
We helped Little League Baseball develop a master plan for their 75th anniversary campaign, Little League—Big Legacy.