Fun, New Monty Python-Flavored Spots for History Colorado Center from Barnhart

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The spirit of Monty Python is alive and well in two new likable spots just released by Denver's Barnhart for the History Colorado Center — Colorado's newest cultural attraction opening Saturday 4/28. Spot #1 features Norwegian ski champion Carl Howelsen, of famed Howelsen Hill, who taught Steamboat’s children to fly. Spot #2 stars Dr. Justina Ford, known as “Denver’s Baby Doctor." After the Colorado medical community prohibited her from practicing in local hospitals, she opened a clinic in her northeast Denver home, treating patients regardless of race, ethnic origin or gender. She estimated late in life that she dad delivered more than 7,000 babies.

Client: History Colorado
Associate Creative Director: Darren Brickel
Copywriter: Greg Szmurlo
Art Director: Adam Nelson
Junior Art Director: Kyle Siderius
Producer: Bridgette Spalding
Animation: Lifelong Friendship Society
Music/Sound: Fall on Your Sword


Nice. Good job guys!

nice spots! would of been nice to keep it local however.

Fun style. I agree, keep those animations local.

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