“Glenn Gustafik, Bay Area native and owner of Mister Hyde Salon in the Tenderloin, has teamed up with long-time client and fellow native Brian G.Cheung (director), to celebrate his second year of business with this naughty little video.
“Killer Hair by Mister Hyde is a luxurious and borderline self-indulgent celebration of our filthy minds. Or just a roundabout way of getting butts into the salon for fancy haircuts and gorgeous color. Hope you enjoy this[Read More]
More great Friday account news: iShares has appointed DDB as Global Brand and Creative Agency of Record. It'll be a combination of DDB shops working on the account - DDB San Francisco will partner with adam&eveDDB in London and DDB Mexico. The announcement comes along with the launch of the brand’s new visual identity.
“We are thrilled to welcome DDB to our family of agencie[Read More]
Happy Friday account news: EVB announced today that the shop has been named the social and digital agency for Panda Express.
“We are thrilled with this opportunity to work with such an acclaimed and notable global brand,” said Shane Ginsberg, President, EVB. “Our programs will support and celebrate Panda Express’s many amazing ongoing initiatives, as well as carve out the brand’s rightful place in our culture.”
Evolution Bureau (EVB) just announced the launch of new national digital advertisements for Bed Bath & Beyond.
“These video ads will reach Bed Bath & Beyond’s customers in a variety of personalized ways, based on behavioral targeting, to enhance their shopping journey and experience. Sometimes, going into the store to get exactly what you want is the perfect answer, and these videos will remind consumers of just that,” said John Reid, chief creative officer, EVB. “Bed [Read More]
Comedy director Greg Bell, formerly the “Bell” of Venables, Bell and Partners, has joined production company upstart TOMORROW.
“Greg’s about infectious likability, and that fits us,” says Chris Zander, co-founder of TOMORROW. “Every frame of his work has it. He doesn’t go for the sardonic. He finds the hilarious little quirks of human nature that look magical on film. I simply had to have that in TOMORROW’s creative arsenal.”