• AT-AT Made from Old Skate Decks on Display in Denver @Black Book

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    Derek Keenan's AT-AT made from old skateboards is part of the "Deathstar Blues" show at Denver's Black Book Gallery — a group art show put on by Vans shoes and Santa Cruz Skateboards to promote their new Star Wars-themed lines, We've yet to lay eyes on it, but the exhibit runs until June 28th. This little beauty sells for about $2k if it's not grabbed up already.

  • Who's Your Fish Daddy?

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    This week, Colorado restaurant chain Hapa Sushi breaks its first-ever Father’s Day promotion, titled “Who’s your fish daddy?” The campaign, including print and in-restaurant advertising, is fromTDA_Boulder.

    The ad shows one simply illustrated Hapa ikura nigiri, or salmon roe sushi, with seven of its nineteen tiny fish eggs wishing the reader a “Happy Father’s Day.” (Yes, you're right. Salmon roe are in fact unfertilized and thus, fatherless. You may be thinking this one through too much.)

    Advertising will run in 10 Colorado weekly and daily newspapers, and in-restaurant on posters and table tents.

    AD: Austin O’Connor
    CW: Dan Colburn
    CD: Jonathan Schoenberg

  • Denver's Artificial White for the Hammer Museum

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    The Hammer Museum at UCLA believes in the promise of art and ideas to illuminate our lives and build a more just world. Denver/LA-based production house Artificial White collaborated on this short piece to raise awareness and support for all the great things going on at the Hammer.

  • Loren Brinton Introduces Denver's Alchemy Bicycle Co.

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    Alchemy Bicycles designs, engineers and builds handmade bicycle frames with care, passion and a full commitment to quality. Each frame is made by craftsmen dedicated to building high performance bicycles using carbon fiber, titanium and stainless steel. Loren Brinton shot this piece showing the inner workings of the company.

  • New Editorial: Max Lenderman Explains the Importance of Purpose-Led Marketing >>

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    Purpose-led marketing is an emerging school of thought built on the idea that creatively commercial activities should try to make the world a better place. Max Lenderman, CEO and founder of Boulder shop School, explains its place in today's agency landscape. Read and learn.

  • Win One of Two Passes to Digital Summit Denver 2014 #DSD14

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    Digital Summit Denver, happening Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, will feature over 50 speakers — leading digital thought leaders excited to share their insights with you on the latest strategies, trends and best practices.

    Some big dogs are speaking at the event, including Brent Herd, Industry Director for Twitter; Rachel Elam, Client Partner, Global Marketing Solutions at Facebook; and Joe Fernandez, Co-founder of Klout.

    To win a pass to the event — a $295 value — click the 'Tweet' button below this post and share it with all your followers. In your tweet, be sure to include our handle @denveregotist so we can get your name in the hat. Two winners will be randomly drawn at 3pm today. Tweet away.

    You can also get a $50 discount for the event by using the Promo Code: DVREGO. Get your tix here.

  • Boulder Designer Mathew Sisson Redesigns Werewolf

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    Mafia (Russian: Ма́фия, also known as Werewolf) is a party game created in the USSR by Dimitry Davidoff in 1986, modelling a conflict between an informed minority (the mafia) and an uninformed majority (the innocents). Boulder creative
    Mathew Sisson became fascinated with the game when he was introduced to it in a hotel conference room during SXSW at 3am. Mathew wanted to bring it to more people, but quickly realized most of us are scared of games like this — with a tone similar to Dark or Dungeons & Dragons.

    To make this party game — full of accusations, lying, bluffing, second-guessing and mob hysteria — friendly to the masses, Mathew changed the personality of the game by using bright colors, adding a modern tone, and giving easy access instructions for anyone who's playing (via a mobile-friendly site).

    Check out the rules and pre-order this ages 12 and up version of the game at

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