• Obey Hasselhoff

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    Oh, shoot. Look whose mug has been popping up around town – a little nod to the Obama postings during the DNC, we think. A man with a chest like that gets our vote. He should also have yours.

  • Karsh\Hagan's Wicked Agency Warfare

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    Check out this sly campaign developed by Karsh\Hagan to try and grab up the Pearl Izumi account when, we suppose, CP+B let go of the Boulder-based shoe brand they’d been working on in exchange for Nike. (See Crispin’s work here as a reminder.) Apparently, the posters were mailed to the client’s offices and the site backed up the messaging.

    We love when shops do this kind of thing and we’d love to see more of it out there. It shows hunger, confidence and cut-throat competitiveness. The effort won Bronze at the ADCD show in the Guerrilla / Non-traditional Media / Campaign category. How’s it hit you?

  • ADCD 2008: A Collection of Winning Work

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    Here’s a collection of our favorite work from the Art Director’s Club of Denver 2008 awards show. Congratulations to everyone on the amazing effort. Every year is getting better. That makes us proud to call this our city.

    By the way, ADCD launched a new site this past weekend, combining their blog and previous website into one – and punching their old web offering square in the nose. Check it out.

    Petunia Pickle Bottom Product Catalogs / Genesis

    Birthday Invites for Tom Van Ness / John Johnston Photography

    Decay Series Self-Promotion / Idée-Force

    Bellco Business Services Campaign / Juice Communications

    Keystone Light Hunting Canimal POS Posters / Integer

    Pacific Aviation Museum / Section 45

    We Are Not Crispin / Karsh\Hagan

    University Laser Vision Guerrilla / Cactus

  • New Editorial: Throw In Your NDAC Dating Game Questions >>

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    What are you dying to hear answered by some of Colorado’s best agency heads? Some of Colorado’s best CMO’s? Toss your questions in for Thursday’s event.

  • << New Copywriter Position Posted

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    Sukle is searching for a Copywriter. This is one of the most sought after writing positions in Colorado. Hurry.

  • Help Steve Escape Detroit

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    Denver Egotist,

    I’m writing to you in hopes of a miracle. I am a mid-level copywriter from the Midwest – Detroit to be exact. But for some time now I’ve longed to move west to Denver. Where life is greener. Cleaner. And just plain more fun.

    The problem lies in that being a Detroiter, most agencies aren’t too keen on taking a chance on an out-of-towner. I’ve had a few nibbles here and there but it’s always the same old issue of not being local. I want to be local. I yearn to be a Denverite, but I don’t make Madison Avenue cash. So unfortunately, I can’t up and relocate without employment in hopes of landing a new job while moving into a 225 square foot studio in LoDo.

    After perusing your inspiring content and learning of the movement to unify and elevate Denver’s advertising community, I was driven to action. I am a humble yet hungry young writer who desperately wants to leave the gloomy doldrums of the auto industry behind. I want to grow. And create. And contribute to the industry I love so much. With your help, maybe someone in the Denver area will give me the shot I’ve been working for.

    Please feel free to check out my work at stevemolnar.com and see if it is up to snuff. Thank you for your time and I eagerly await your response.

    Steve M.

    Help him out if you can, people. He’s stuck in Detroit for God’s sake.

  • What To Do In Denver: Illustrator Scot Lefavor's Opening (10.03)

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    Looks like your Friday is shaping up to be all right. One of Colorado’s top illustrators, Scot Lefavor, has a show tonight entitled “Paperwork” – featuring 13 new pieces he’s created just using paper. The show is at City O’ City 206 E. 13th Ave, Denver, CO 80203 and will stay open until close tonight (2am) and remain up all month. Go.

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