• Venables pumps up with new Premier Protein spots.

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    Check out the latest from Venables Bell & Partners for Premier Protein. We dig the animation style - fun and different.

    Credits after the jump.

  • Got Big Wheel?

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    Ok, we're going to shoot ourselves in the faces for that headline. But after we do, we're grabbing a big wheel and heading over to Portrero Hill this coming Sunday for one of the best San Francisco events around.

    Not familiar with the race? Check out Ronnie Allman (from Goodby, Sivlerstein & Partners) video.

    Bring Your Own Big Wheel from Ronnie Allman on Vimeo.

  • Who Invented the Internet? And Why?

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    Hint: It's not Al Gore.

  • Is Holland really the OG of cool?

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    Holland seems to think so. The video was created by the Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Amsterdam Marketing. The first of three episodes features Holland’s “cool ambassador,” Pim de Koel, as he shows an American tourist the magic of his country. From craft beer and artisan cheese to lots of pretty flowers and cows, the short video demonstrates what it means to truly live like the Dutch.

    We think there's some irony in the fact that the coolest guy in the country is named "Pim". Fun video though.

  • Dove: Patches

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    Self-confidence patches for women?

  • Kevin Spacey for eTrade?

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    We never thought in a million years that we'd see Kevin Spacey doing eTrade commercials. But there he is with his trademark monologue and snark. We're interested to see where this campaign goes. God knows it's light years better than the baby campaign.

  • We'd hit that: Hands-on design workshops presented by AIGA SF & Adobe

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    AIGA San Francisco is partnering with Adobe to promote a series of four hands-on design workshops that will give you a solid foundation for executing your creative projects.

    The workshops include building responsive websites, designing websites with Adobe Muse CC and creating an iPad app without writing code. These workshops are intended for those looking to create and deliver compelling designs, streamline your workflow process, and learn tips and tricks on industry standard technologies.

    All workshops will be held at the Adobe SF headquarters located at 601 Townsend St. San Francisco, CA 94103.

    Get full details on the first workshop here.

  • Sorry, but at -25, we're not stopping either.

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    We're starting to tire of stuntvertising, especially when it's as bland as this one for Garage Sale, the charity auction site. Of course no one stopped - it was NEGATIVE TWENTY FIVE DEGREES OUT.

    Via.

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