• Clap Your Brains Off

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    A video for a band called “No Somos Machos Pero Somos Muchos” (NSM PSM). It’s made entirely using a Digital Reflex Camera, Canon’s Mark III which captures up to 115 continuous pictures, at 10 fps. To see how it was created, watch the “making of” video below.

    (Via Fubiz)

  • Colorado Agency Recognition News: Communications Arts Design Annual

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    Congratulations to the two talented Colorado agencies that appear in this year’s prestigious Communication Arts Design Annual. The competition covers a huge variety of work and agencies from across the globe and is widely acknowledged as one of the most important benchmarks for creative quality.

    Boulder’s TDA Advertising & Design got their packaging for Newton Running Shoes into the annual.

    Denver’s Genesis got their Petunia Pickle Bottom brochures in, which have been making the rounds at the local and national show level.

  • You Should Know About John Johnston

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    What is it that lands a photographer on our recommended list? There’s the obvious stuff, like being likable and able to compose a shot and having a strong list of clients (in this case, Backpacker Magazine, Breckenridge Brewery, Fast Company, Ford, Frontier Airlines, Forbes, Inc. Magazine, New Belgium Brewing, Red Robin, Smart Money, Weber Grills and a host of respectable agencies that serve those accounts) to show they work with people who demand quality.

    Then, there’s the other stuff that puts John Johnston far above your average shutterbug here in CO – like being a ridiculous craftsman and, with one photograph, being able to transport you to the exact spot where he stood to snap the shot – providing the exact same emotion he felt being there on the spot. And it’s not just us singing his praises. Here’s why Monte Meade, Partner/Creative Director of Cultivator Advertising & Design, – one of the best agencies in Denver – thinks you need to know about John Johnston too.

    “I love that he’s two blocks away from our office, that local octogenarian celebrity “Val the Gardener” is always there, usually asleep after drinking John’s stash of beer (we use John for Breckenridge Brewery and New Belgium Brewing). I love that he has pellet guns, a guitar and a table saw. I love his photography, and his artistic abilities, and we use both for New Belgium. While those projects are intense, they are a great release from the typical advertising scenario — 1. Shoot picture. 2. Add headline and copy. We genuinely have a great time working together.”

    And that’s why John Johnston today joins our list of Recommended Talent.

  • London: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

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    Created using stop-motion and 3,328 photos. Take us there. Please. Now.

    London (harder, better, faster, stronger) from David Hubert on Vimeo.

    (Via oneplusinfinity)

  • Woaaahhh Windows!

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    What if The Matrix was programmed by Windows?

    (Via College Humor)

  • New Movie Review: Quantum of Solace >>

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    That’s Bond, James Bond. Check out what we thought of the new one here.

  • He Works For Samsung, Not Satan

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    Not sure Ozzy would have been our pick to promote a piece of technology. Maybe a local rodent control company or adult diapers would have been a better choice. Get it? Because he eats bats and urinates on his piano on stage. Or at least that’s what our older brother’s friend, Kip, told us.

    (Via Adfreak)

  • Click Here To Try Drugs

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    This site for an anti-drug campaign in Olso, Norway has been around a while, but we wanted to make sure you checked it out if you haven’t because it’s popped back up on our radar. If you’ve yet to try the smorgasbord of recreational drugs available to you today (yeah right, buddy), this site recreates the effect of drugs digitally – without having to drink, smoke, snort or choke down anything illegal. Plus, it’s 100% work friendly. Give it a whirl and see what you think.

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