The 2019 High West Whiskey Run Tour has officially rolled out, via Manifold. It’s first stop? The base of the 2019 FIS World Championships halfpipe (by way of a snowcat ride up the mountain) in Park City, Utah. Feb 6, 8, 9 and 10, VIP guests were invited to belly up to the copper bar to learn about High West’s blending process, relax in rustic leather butterfly chairs and watch the day’s competition from the train’s elevated viewing deck.
With super-frosh Duke basketball star Zion Williamson in the news so much lately, we thought it'd be a good time to post this nice mini-documentary about him by director Lukas Korver. It's well done and focuses more on the man than his Sportscenter-worthy highlights.
Toast 2: After the Burn is a loving tribute to makers around the world and the DIY culture that has exploded over the past few years. However, instead of making robots, elaborate cakes, or building motorcycles, this film is about a guy who makes toast. The film follows Andy the Toastmaker as he rises to social media stardom and must navigate the choppy waters of fame and fortune while staying true to his passion for toast making.
It was directed by Matt Sklar of Strike Anywh[Read More]
"InnovAsian Occasion” is the first work by Duncan Channon since becoming the Chinese frozen food brand's agency of record. The set of super-quick :15s combines some fun scenarios with rhyming wordplay to let consumers know some admittedly out-there reasons to enjoy a bowl.
“We’re big fans of advertising that, you know, helps sell our client’s products. So the idea behind this campaign is simpl[Read More]
barrettSF continues growing with four new hires, including an account director, account supervisor and senior creative team.
Alice Yom, the agency’s newest account director, joins barrettSF from Swirl in San Francisco where she was a management supervisor working on Juniper Networks. Prior to Swirl, Alice held posts at gyro, Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners, Publicis & Hal Riney, Mortar, and Hoffman Lewis—all in San Francisco.
Local tech company Logitech recently announced Logitech Tap, a touch control display for one-touch video conferencing. Inspired by the name “Tap,” the in-house team came up with the concept to feature a tap dancer in the launch video. The idea was to demonstrate one of the product’s key value propositions – Just "Tap" to easily join a video call.
Logitech worked with Bonfire Labs who handled [Read More]