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Started in 2007 by Jason Snell, WHBV creates everything from identities, motion graphics, videos, posters, websites, publications, broadcast packages, illustrations, photography, to name a few. We call Cincinnati home, and our clients range from companies on the Fortune 100 list to small coffee shops in our own neighborhood. Our creations happen through asking questions, working hard, and allowing for the discovery process to excite and inspire us.



We Have Become Vikings is a group of rebels, rockers, thinkers and makers combining strategy and design to help clients tell stories through any means possible — a true creative shop.

Cincinnati Beer Week 2017 Braxton Summertrip Poster

Jason Snell

WHBV/Braxton Summertrip Poster Release and Special Tapping at Arnold’s Bar and Grill

Tapping: Braxton Summertrip and Chill! Cherry Saison

For Cincinnati Beer Week, Arnold’s convinced five breweries to commission some of the best Gig Poster artists in the country to re-imagine one of their beers as a brand new work of art. From that work the artists will create a limited edition of 50, signed and numbered hand pulled Screen Prints.  Posters will be available at Arnold’s on the day of the events with a small number being available online for those unable to attend at the links above.

Design à la Carte at Taft Museum April 28

Jason Snell

Jason Snell spoke at Design à la Carte at Taft Museum with a great design panel at the Taft’s tent for a night of design, talks and inspiration. 

Hear all about the local design scene, explore the glittering jewels in Bijoux Parisiens, create a beaded necklace, and unleash your inner designer with a sketching game. Savor French-inspired bites and drinks while enjoying live music.


AIGA Going Rogue: How to Be Independent

Jason Snell


Jason of We Have Become Vikings spoke at the past AIGA Cincinnati Event, AIGA Going Rogue: How to Be Independent at the University of Cincinnati, DAAP School on April 28, 2017 with a great panel of designers and makers.

Have you ever wondered what it takes to go out on your own and start your own business, only to get bogged down by the logistics? Join AIGA Cincinnati as we hear from 4 local successful independent designers on Thursday, April 27th. What’s the best way to get started? Do I need legal help? How to manage life-work balance? Is it better to stay at my current job save and build up work, or just dive right in? They will answer these questions and more and talk about their journey to design independence. All are welcome!

Our wonderful panelists:

Austin Dunbar // Durham Brand & Co

Jessica Jones // Jessica Jones Design

D.J. Trischler // Work With D.J.

Jason Snell // We Have Become Vikings

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Our First App is LIVE!

Jason Snell

We're very excited to launch our very first app today, the Brewing Heritage Trail App, on the Google App Store and the iOS App Store.

The Official Brewing Heritage Trail App. Relive Cincinnati’s rich brewing history and ignite Interactive Experiences that begin the moment you start visiting sites along Cincinnati’s Brewing Heritage Trail. The Brewing Heritage Trail App expands the experience of visiting Cincinnati’s Brewing Heritage Trail 24/7 via unique digital activations and storytelling assets including:

• 360-degree Photography
• Interactive, 360-degree photography of The Crown Brewing Company “lagering cellar” transports Digital Trail users below E McMicken Ave. to experience where beer was fermented, aged and stored.
• Audio Tour
• Digital Activations, photos and audible storytelling transform the self-guided, nine-stop ‘Behind The Beer: Scandals’ tour into an immersive and interactive experience.
• Augmented Reality Video - An Augmented Reality Video transports Digital Trail users throughout all levels of the former Crown Brewing Company for a powerful, immersive experience.
• Interactive Map - Sourcing a Digital Trail user’s current location, the Interactive Map is the Central feature of the app. The map highlights trail segments, stops and points of interest containing additional storytelling assets.
• Points of Interest - The Interactive Map contains useful visitor information such as Parking, Restroom and Streetcar stop locations.

More Cincinnati Brewing History - In addition to igniting the Digital Trail with immersive experiences, there are links to connect you to Brewing Heritage Trail website pages containing useful information about events, merchandise and ways to support the trail.