This spot from Greenpeace is incredible. The final message is oh so Greenpeacey, but everything else up to that point is fantastic.
Yeah, this pretty much sums up our feelings about this place. People treated the arrival of In-N-Out in Utah like the second coming of Christ when really it was just the ten thousandth coming of another shitty burger joint. There, we said it.
This is a good breakdown of the Michael bay method. We don't understand how this man keeps making successful movies. It keeps us up nights.
Working within constraints often produces better work. That's a truism.
Why don't we ever get invited to these things?
We have watched this a couple times and have found nuggets of rad sprinkled everywhere. Take a look then take another look. There are some really profound ideas being shared here.
Time to get all you designer types hot and bothered.
This shit is creepy as all hell, but we can't get enough of it.
In 20 words or less, what's your creative philosophy? What a great question that surely would generate some very creative responses. The...
Jared Dunten is a lot of things. Copywriter. Artist. Father. Husband. Paraplegic. Fighter. That last one probably should have come first.
If we don’t know it’s out there, we can’t put it up for the city to see. We’re happy to give full credit or keep things anonymous.
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