Congrats to Denver illustrator Sean Duggan – who just got an illustration in The New York Times. It's a portrait of Steven Slater, "the douchey Jet Blue flight attendant," who became an instant folk hero when he quit his job after getting pissed at a passenger. The piece appeared on the cover of last weekend's 'Week in Review' section.
We took our time getting our interview questions to Denver illustrator Scot Lefavor. But he's really taking his time getting his answers back to us. He's a friend of the site, so we don't want to be too hard on him. But let's get some comments going to tell Scot how badly we want to know what's going on with him.
Here's the second spot in the new series from Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Boulder promoting AmEx OPEN. Kinda just a flat testimonial. Not really your typical CP+B work. There's gotta be some huge online effort up their sleeve ready to a back this, right?
To promote the Colorado Lottery's Denver Broncos Scratch Game, Cactus, Denver created a spot that captures the joy of winning. The spot launched Saturday night during the Broncos pre-season game.
In addition to the top prize of $100,000, five winners and their guest will be selected in the second chance drawing to attend the October 31st Broncos game in London, as well the October 17th Broncos game. As part of the trip package, winners will receive four nights lodging at a 5-star hotel, $2,874 in spending money, and be invited to a party with the Broncos.
Associate Creative Director: Brian Watson
Art Director: Michael Maciolek
Copywriter: Mike King
Agency Producer: Danielle Bryan
Production Company: Interrogate
Director: Amit Mehta