• Two New Personal Digital Art Projects from Denver's CacheFlowe

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    Ever-experimental director/developer/musician Justin Gitlin (aka CacheFlowe) has been releasing some fun art projects recently. Fun fact: both of these are open source in Justin's Haxademic project that houses all of his processing code if you want to take 'em and make 'em yours.

    The first was a visual collaboration for the Communikey Festival in Boulder this past weekend. Justin built a custom projection mapped audio-reactive visual system for an origami-based 3D structure that was created for the main music event on Saturday night.

    Another recent project is a projection mapped Kinect-based drum machine.

  • Please Your Prom Date with a KFC Chicken Corsage

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    Yes, unbelievably, it's real. Get one for $20 here — and guarantee you get to first base.

  • Denver's Cactus and Legwork Help Silk Tell the Story of Water-Wasting Cows

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    Here's the latest animated work from Cactus and the Legwork crew — which features a fantastic cameo from a Corvette washing cow (yes!). It tells the story of Doug who discovered that each time he drank a carton of Silk instead of dairy milk, he saved over 500 gallons of water. Bravo, Doug.

  • Kickstart This: 'FreeRider:' Pannier for Urban Bike Commuting from Denver's Ryan Moseman

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    Ryan Moseman, an industrial design student at Metro State, has been working on FreeRider for the last 6 months. The product is a bike pannier that allows riders to commute with their favorite backpack in comfort. With the backing of eco gear company Green Guru, Ryan's set up a Kickstarter campaign. Dig it? Help fund it.

  • New IKEA Spot from Mother London Shows How Life Rotates Around the Kitchen

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    The second installment in the IKEA 'Wonderful Everyday' campaign takes us into the busiest room in the house: the kitchen. The kitchen is brought to life in mesmerizing fashion as we watch a family get dinner ready.

  • CP+B Names Chief Creative Officer for Boulder Office

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    CP+B has announced that they've named award-winning creative director Ralph Watson as Chief Creative Officer, CP+B, Boulder. In this role, he'll be responsible for all creative output from CP+B, Boulder. In December of 2013, CP+B announced their migration to a more decentralized structure, giving their individual offices increased autonomy while still offering clients access to CP+B’s extensive global capabilities.

    Prior to joining CP+B, Watson was with BBDO helping to lead the Bud Light campaign. Before that he was Associate Partner heading up the Goodby Silverstein office in Detroit and overseeing Chevrolet, their biggest account. During his career, he has worked from coast to coast in the U.S. including Leonard/Monahan, Team One, Arnold, Saatchi & Saatchi, NY and BBDO. Watson has art directed and creative directed work for a wide variety of clients that has been repeatedly awarded at Cannes, One Show, Andy’s, Clios, Art Directors Club and D&AD with work for a number of high profile clients including Miller High Life, Fruit by the Foot, and AT&T.

    “Like many people in our business, I have always kept a really close eye on CP+B with a mixture of respect, admiration and at times almost hate. Hate stemming from jealousy and a desire to do what they have done — rewriting the rules of advertising to rules that we all now follow. They are creative, smart, honest and fearless and the chance to once again rewrite the rules with them and do truly breakthrough, outrageously effective work is something I am incredibly excited to be a part of,” said Ralph Watson.

    Welcome to Colorado, Ralph.

  • Cat Demos the Agility of Their Machines with a Giant Game of Jenga

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    Five Cat machines, including Excavators and Telehandlers, go head to head against each other over a mountain of massive wood blocks.

    Thanks, Mark

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