• Cactus Ad Featured In CA Online Exhibit

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    Cactus continues to represent in this intriguing ad for the launch of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Center of Colorado online healthcare referral database. We could tell you it’s well written and well art directed, but we would simply be stating the obvious. Great work guys. Check out the ad and write up here.

  • Gladys Knight's Pips Auditions

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    Thought this was a semi-entertaining part of the American Idol finale last night.

  • Top 10 Wired Reader Macro Photos, Decided by You

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    WIRED has a little contest going on over at their site. Some of these shots are just amazing.

  • In 75 Years You'll Dress Like A Complete Douche

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    If you play tennis and this video from Lacoste comes true. Check out the new site that goes along with it.

    (Via Fubiz)

  • European Car Wars

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    The first spot below is from a campaign for Citroën promoting the C4 Coupe that originally launched in November 2004 via Euro RSCG, London. The second spot is a bash on the original campaign from StrawberryFrog, Amsterdam running now. Pretty sweet.

    (Via Duncan’s TV Ad Land)

  • Ravi Deshpande Quote

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    “A bad advertising idea is something that underestimates the consumer’s intelligence – and something that makes you want to destroy all evidence of having had anything to do with it.”

    – Ravi Deshpande was recently honored as one of the six living legends of Indian advertising in the last fifty years (source: Archive Magazine)

  • New Ongoing Editorial Feature >>

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    Put your two cents in on this week’s topic – your favorite place to go concept.

    There will be a new topic posted every Wednesday around lunchtime.

  • Pure Smarts

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    Denver’s Pure just did something we admire. They were looking to hire someone via the following description which has been posted on The Egotist for a while: “Creative? PR maven? Publicist? Event planner? Stunt person? Sybil?” They told us a hundred people applied for the position – maybe you did too.

    The person they actually landed (and the thinking behind the hire) is what we find so refreshing. Carmel Hagen, one of the contributors at JoshSpear.com (a site we frequent daily) is Pure’s newest resident. Her first task? Freshen up their blog. If you visit their site often, you’ve already noticed a significant and welcome improvement in content during the last week (no offense to the last guy).

    We appreciate Pure’s acknowledgment of blogging and online PR, in general, as one of the most important assets of an agency in promoting itself today. So, send us your work out there. Because you may think you don’t have a blog like Pure, but that’s what we’re here for.

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