• Denver's Legwork Lets You Build Your Own Boxtroll

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    The stop-motion animated adventure from the makers of Coraline and ParaNorman, The Boxtrolls, doesn't come to theaters until September 2014. Until then, you can build your own with this nifty site built by Denver's own Legwork.

  • Holy crap! An animated video where each frame was embroidered.

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    This is just incredible. It's a music vide for “Tharsis Sleeps” by the band Throne. What makes it the most awesome thing you'll see all month is that each frame was individually embroidered.

    The process took over a year and involved more than 3,000 stitched frames.

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  • Motive taps Denver artist Jolt for Mountain Dew's "Art of DEW" Series

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    Motive's content reel continues to grow thanks to client relationships with a number of PepsiCo brands, and their latest collaboration with Mountain Dew gives a solid nod to Denver's street art scene. Featuring local graff artist Jolt, the first piece in what looks to be an ongoing series has a surprising—and dope—twist toward the end. Check it out.

  • British Airways - The Happiness Blanket

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    Very cool technology. But do you really want to see that everyone is totally pissed off when they're stuck waiting for their gate on the tarmac for 2 hours?

  • Coming soon to your town - food trucks for dogs.

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    Ok, so the headline seems like we've jumped the food truck shark. But chill for a second. Last week, the San Francisco office of FCB West rolled out a Food Truck for dogs for the Milo's Kitchen brand dog treats. The Milo’s Kitchen Treat Truck rolled around delivering free treat samples, a family portrait booth and a lounge for dogs and owners to hang out in. After hitting the Bay Area, the doggie food truck is heading south to San Diego before cutting across the USA for a summer tour.

    You can follow the Milo's Kitchen Treat Truck here.

    Art Director: PEP Pepper
    Copywriter: Zac Maricondia
    Experiential Vendor: Inspira Marketing Group
    Creative Directors: Julie Scelzo
    Producer: Elle Flanders
    Account Management: Tracey Pattani + Rachel Gill + Wes Murphy

  • Bud Light is creating a town?

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    This spot is lame. But the promotion is somewhat fascinating. Bud Light is creating a town??? Do tell…

  • Real Mexican Experience

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    Isn't the real Mexican experience getting stuck on the toilet in Tijuana for 6 straight days and becoming so dehydrated you hallucinate? Maybe that was just our experience.

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