• The Wildlife Warehouse

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    This is both sad and incredibly surreal at the same time.

    "Just outside Denver, a government facility stores more than a million products of the illegal wildlife trade, from tigers and bears to elephant ivory. These items are confiscated at points of entry around the United States, and sent to the National Wildlife Property Repository to be destroyed or used for educational purposes. The Repository is a revealing window into the growing global industry of wildlife and plant trafficking, which has been estimated at up to $23 billion."

    The Wildlife Warehouse from The Atlantic on Vimeo.

  • The Leica store in Kyoto is a pretty, pretty thing.

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    Watch the Leica Store Kyoto come to life and the discover the concept behind its design.

    Leica Store Kyoto from Leica Camera on Vimeo.

  • Pereira & O'Dell's new campaign for 1-800-CONTACTS

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    Pereira & O'Dell has launched a TV, radio, outdoor, digital and social campaign for 1-800-CONTACTS introducing the new tagline "Never run out of contacts". The campaign captures the panic and decision-making process, and regret, when it comes to running out of contacts. Check out the two :15-second spots below.

  • Amazon mixup helps create the Mistaken Identity Project

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    Amazon Advertising, part of the Publicis Groupe, has had its share of mix-ups in its 18-year history, given that it shares a name with a large online retailer. So they created the Mistaken Identity Project, a video series featuring you-can’t-make-this-stuff-up stories of everyday people whose names are famous, even though they may not be.

    Meet a David Letterman who hates top ten lists and a Justin Bieber who routinely gets thrown out of bars. Hear about Japanese tourists camping out on Rene Zellweger’s porch. And learn that Alice Cooper really is a woman after all. You can watch and share stories from non-celebrities with celebrity names and provide your own story at mistakenidentityproject.com.

    The Mistaken Identity Project from Amazon Advertising on Vimeo.

  • Local illustrator shows us "How to Summer-ize the Startup Office"

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    Stephanie Orma is a San Francisco-based writer/illustrator/cartoonist. For the August 2014 issue of Entrepreneur Magazine she provided some fool-proof tips on How to Summer-ize the Startup Office (including roasting S'mores on an overheated computer).

  • We will not be dropping our pants for "Underwareness"

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    Sorry, but no. Just… no.

  • Two SF creatives launch "ManServants"

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    Local San Francisco creatives Josephine Wai Lin and Dalal Khajah apparently got tired of the cliché male strippers and are launching "ManServants" - a site for women with a different kind of fantasy.

    We think the spot is pretty damn funny and very well produced, but we also wonder what the reaction would be if this was "WomanServants" that catered to men tired of giant fake stripper boobs in their faces. Just food for thought.. or for the comment section.

  • We're just going to let you enjoy this one.

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    God we love weird Japanese ads. Enjoy.

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