• New Pseudo-editorial: The Egotist Wants Your Opinion >>

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    Do us all a favor and weigh in on this.

  • Design & Image (D&i) Update Web Presence

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    Denver design and branding boutique, Design & Image, has just fired up a nice new site for themselves. The aesthetic is modern, the work is front and center and looks great, and the nav is easy to zip right through.

    They’ve also added a blahg that appears to be readily maintained with new thought and new work (wish we could subscribe to the feed though, guys). All in all, a tight, new package for a firm that’s always deserved respect here in Denver.

  • FL2 : 2009

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    Our friends at FL2 recently released an updated version of their website. As always, they continue to impress us with their simplicity, their usability, and their fresh perspective on user interaction.

  • Oven-Baked Balls

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    As seen during American Idol: CEO Dave Brandon oven bakes a letter from Subway!

    Dominos is now encouraging viewers to go to the site and burn the letter themselves. 65,000 letters burned so far.

    Between this and the Whopper Sacrifice, CP+B is killing it in the new year.

  • 303 Boards '09 Spring/Summer Clothing Collection Release

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    303 Boards is a strong influencer in the local skate scene, known for having one of the best shop teams locally and throughout the country. They’ve just released a pimp collection of new wares for the coming skate season. Check out their lookbook to see what’s on the rise. Their stores are on Colfax in Denver and down south in Highlands Ranch.

  • In The Egotist Inbox: 8x6

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    Eightbysix provides creative solutions to your marketing problems using a streamlined process combined with over 11 years of advertising agency experience. Whether you need a fresh design approach, focused strategy sessions, or creative consulting, Michael Propp can assist you in identifying and producing the materials your business needs to succeed.

  • Wow, That's Great Pizza. As for the Ads...

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    More BlackJack Pizza spots from Tucson’s Dog Dog Boy agency. As we mentioned before, this is just one of many Denver clients taking their advertising out of town.

    The spots feature Denver’s Impulse Theater, and yes, that’s recommended talent Tom Van Ness as Guy on the Right. Be sure to ask him for an autograph next time you see him.

    We’d love to know what you think of these babies. You can peep the other two here and here.

  • New Editorial: What Really Happened with Texturemedia? >>

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    We don’t know, but we’d like to. Can you shed some light?

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