• Visit Boulder Gets a New Welcome Video Courtesy of Celin Serbo Photo + Motion

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    When you live here, it's easy to take all the beauty surrounding us for granted. This piece for Visit Boulder certainly captures the beauty, as well as the particular vibe of The People's Republic, well. See more photo and motion work from Celin Serbo here.

  • Impossible Envisions a Mayan Demise for Denver

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    Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed, showing now at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, is the largest exhibition about the ancient Maya ever to be displayed in the United States. This spot from Denver's Impossible promotes the exhibition.

  • Denver Nuggets' Pint-Size Point Guard Nate Robinson Stars in New T-Bell Ad

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    They need some legal copy in this spot that says eating Taco Bell will likely lead to you never ever becoming a pro athlete.

  • #ShitToHit: Thursday, March 27 - Ad Club Denver Presents Late Night with Paul Venables

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    Paul Venables, Founder and Executive Creative Director of SF-based Venables, Bell & Partners, will be hosting a late night show format with lots of twists and turns when he comes to Denver in a few weeks. You and all audience members will be the guests. Put Paul on the spot by tweeting any questions you have to #AskPaulVenables.

    This one will sell out fast. Seats are limited, so get your tickets now. Seriously.

  • Boulder's Victors & Spoils' Broccoli Extreme Makeover Case Film

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    300 million earned PR impressions. 23% increase in broccoli sales. All from a fictional, pro bono campaign created by V&S after they were challenged by Bolthouse Farms and The New York Times to make broccoli cool. It's a campaign never meant to generate anything outside of a newspaper article, people. Pretty fuckin impressive.

  • Denver Photographer Andrew Maguire Updates

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    Colorado creatives take note. Andrew's super talented, midwest nice and has some killer outdoor lifestyle work. Check out his latest.

  • Ad2 Denver's NEXT Portfolio Development Program Seeking Go-Getters

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    Each semester, students, fresh-on-the-street grads, and anyone looking to seriously up their ad game converge for this tough-love four-week program. A host agency serves creative teams a mock brief, in which they come up with ideas, develop copy and layouts, and present their top ideas. It’s a real world experience that could take you and your portfolio to new heights.

    Ad2 Denver is looking for the next wave of advertising and digital art directors, designers and copywriters. Will you be among them?

    Spring Semester 2014 will be held at Philosophy Communication, where Partner/CD Randall Erkelens will pilot the ship. Randall is a longtime force within Colorado’s ad scene, filling his own book with campaigns for Burger King, MillerCoors, SubZero, Smashburger, Quizno’s, Orvis, Apple, and Colorado Proud, among others. His trophy shelf contains accolades from Cannes, CA, One Show, Print, Clio and The 50.

    Details await at www.nextcreatives.com. Applications will be taken now until March 28.

  • Red Bull Building Double Halfpipe in Aspen for First-Ever Snowboarding Competition

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    On March 19-23rd, the world’s best snowboarders will descend on Aspen to try their hand on a halfpipe (or two) unlike anything ever seen before. For the first time, two competition-spec halfpipes will be constructed side-by-side — complete with rails, wallrides, channels and other unique features sprinkled throughout the custom built snow feature. Located at the base of Buttermilk Mountain, the ‘double pipe’ will allow riders to transfer back and forth between the two halfpipes in a single run, opening up an endless number of potential lines and combination of tricks that are not possible in traditional halfpipe contests.

    Daily videos, photos and event coverage will be hosted at Red Bull/Snow. Double Pipe will air on NBC, Saturday April 12th at 12pm MST, as part of the Red Bull Signature Series. If you're anywhere near Aspen, head up to Buttermilk — the event is FREE to attend.

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