Havaianas and TBD Transform Venice Beach Boardwalk into a Shoppable AI Experience

by / July 9, 2019 /

Havaianas aims to be the number one sandal brand in U.S. and has brought in creative agency TBD in the creation of its first large-scale outdoor activation stateside. The Brazilian-based retailer has collaborated with renowned street artist, Buff Monster, to transform the Venice Beach Boardwalk into an immersive art installation and shoppable AI experience.

“Step into Summer” is the U.S. extension of Havaianas’ global “Let’s Summer” campaign and touts its most vibrant summ[Read More]

We all want to be Megan Rapino

by / July 8, 2019 /

Congrats to the US Women's National Soccer Team and congrats to Nike for this incredible tribute to them. This is the Nike work we love - timely, controversial, anthemic, and expertly created. Special props go out to the copywriting which has some iconic lines in there. We got goosebumps all over again.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S29GZOR-k9U

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Happy 4th of July!

by / July 4, 2019 /

Happy 4th of July to all our Egotist readers! We love you even more than we love grilling processed meats, drinking mass-produced beer and blowing things up! Thanks for reading. Enjoy your holiday!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcvLkAqJs64

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Celebrate America’s birthday with this crap

by / July 4, 2019 /

A quick 4th of July post before we all get super drunk and likely blow off a couple fingers... Courtesy of SF's own Traction, here comes the Amazing Crap-O-Matic Gift Generator: ’Murica Edition — just in time to celebrate our nation’s independence. Sit back and relax in your lawn chair as their revolutionary device does all your shopping for you. With hundreds of America-approved gifts, there’s something crappy for family and friends on all side[Read More]

Local Creative Out With a New Short Documentary Series

by / July 3, 2019 /

Jason Stanfield is a local freelance AD/CD and part-time filmmaker who just released a series on the creative process. He partnered with local documentary research production company—True Stories SF—to direct and produce the films. 

The first episode features the jaw-dropping work of Chicago-based resin painter, Bruce Riley. Bruce is a hardworking artist who uses layers of psychedelic chemical reactions and paint sealed wi[Read More]