Ian Tait points us to an interesting series of photos from Very Small Array in which they pull various objects from throughout their home, photograph them and tell you where they were made. A simple, interesting concept we’ve never seen before.
If there’s one lesson is this psychedelic, new spot for Danny Kass’ signature Nike DK-YS Zoom Force 1 snowboarding boots, it’s that old mustard is an inexpensive and legal way to trip your balls off. The animation is based on the art by Seattle illustrator Arbito who originally designed the covering for the boots, then was hired to blow out the look into a jacket, shirt, posters, and an animated video. Sweetness.
We’ll be cutting you off from asking any more questions in our The People Interview The Egotist post tonight. We’ll pick 10 of the questions people have asked for answering. So if you have anything more you’re wondering, please ask it now.
Here’s a fresh, new viral for Nike sports bras and shoes that features Gossip Girl’s Taylor Momsen leaving the gym and busting ninja-style to get away from paparazzi. Nike is not mentioned once in the piece, only hinted at visually.
We just heard from a friend that Chief Creative Officer of Integer Denver, Alan Koenke, is heading to NYC to open The Integer Group office there. We noticed his name has been removed as President of the New Denver Ad Club and that Lorelle Burke’s name has replaced it. Hmm… big hole left up there at TIG, unless a replacement has already been named.