Here’s a fun little site for the Gill Foundation’s Gay & Lesbian Fund of Colorado, declaring “We should all be judged by the content of character, not our closets” – and allowing you to dress up a snowman in flamboyant attire accordingly. You can then email the result, along with a holiday greeting, to anyone you feel would get a kick out of it. Agency: Vermilion, Boulder.
Recent studies estimate that the people of Denver give more than $4 million a year to panhandlers. And the truth is many panhandlers aren’t homeless, and most of the homeless don’t panhandle. If you want to help, there’s a better way to give.
This web campaign tells you how. Produced in partnership by Schenkein and rabble+rouser, the campaign launched last Thursday as part of Hickenlooper’s plan to end homelessness in Denver by 2015 – and to encourage people to give in ways that really count.
In this new Monday morning feature, we’re going to start telling you what tunes to pop in to put you in the best possible mood on, you guessed it, Monday morning. Today, check out UK duo Mattafix and their CD, Signs of a Struggle – a fusion of alt rock, hip hop, R&B, reggae, dancehall, blues, jazz, soul and world. It’s a mouthful, but you’ll dig it. (P.S. The album goes up three notches when listened to with heavy bass.)
In synchronization with the release of the 24 Hours of Le Mans documentary, Truth in 24, Factory Design Labs put together a comprehensive non-branded, feature website where users can explore the drivers, cars and viewing dates of the film. To drive additional traffic to the project, they created 30 and 60 second trailers that piqued interest in the movie on a range of social networking and video sites. Extremely stunning work.