Belgian online gambling site Napoleon Games is expanding its offering beyond casino games to now allow users to bet on 37 different types of sports. To launch this sports-betting expansion, Napoleon Games is introducing a first — a commercial on which you can place a bet. The online film, created by Duval Guilllaume Modem, shows an absurd race between 7 bizarre sports people including a mulleted footballer with a ball literally sticking to his foot, a cyclist with poor eyesight and a driver with horse and cart.
After a couple of seconds, the online film freezes and the viewer is asked to predict, free of charge, which of the 7 bizarre sports people will win the race. The film then continues and, similar to actual betting games, the end is never the same. Viewers who make the correct choice stand a chance of winning € 500 worth of gaming credit. Play here.
Citizens Project is a local grassroots organization dedicated to defending and promoting equality, religious freedom and respect for diversity — the principles on which our nation was founded. Their latest campaign, developed by Colorado Springs' Lunchbucket Creative, is modeled on the "Before and After" clue structure from Wheel of Fortune. The ads are designed to be symbolic of two differing perspectives on a divisive Colorado Springs issue — while also representing the cultural evolution that has occurred since Citizens Project was founded in 1992.
The tagline "We've been there. We'll be there." is meant to show they're committed to the issue for the long haul. They've been fighting the good fight since the very beginning, and they're still here fighting today, even as the tide is finally starting to change. Citizens Project educates the community through their newsletter Freedom Watch and nonpartisan voter guides, monitors local government and public schools to ensure that rights and freedoms are upheld, and mobilizes residents to make their voices heard.
Barnhart has developed a pilot campaign targeting Wyoming men who suffer from depression. The goal is to convince men who suffer from long-term “psyche-ache” to seek help through a new 24-hour depression hotline. The hotline is being piloted in Park County, and is expected to roll out statewide.
CD: Cameron Day
WRITERS: Greg Cotten, Cameron Day
ART DIRECTOR: Adam Nelson
ACCOUNT MANAGER: Lucy Bowman
PRODUCER: Carol Williams
DIRECTOR/EDITOR: Sam Miller - ONLYCH1LD
SOUND DESIGN: Chuck Biddlecom, Mike Cramp - Postmodern Company
Develop Denver is more than just a conference or social mixer. It's an event that brings together the design and development communities to learn from each other — sharing tips and tricks and other good things, while also enjoying delicious beverages.
Set for August 1st and 2nd, Develop Denver will have speakers covering a wide variety of topics, ranging from development to design to pretty much anything dealing with digital and interactive. It offers a chance to get your hands dirty in whatever topic interests you and network with other like-minded people in the industry.
If you've been in the game forever or are just getting started, it's a great place to make new friends, learn new things and grow your knowledge. Register now.
It's been a while since we checked out the work of lifestyle, sport, adventure and portrait photographer Andrew Maguire. In the meantime (just yesterday, in fact), he's launched a new site — and, damn, we're impressed. Bouncing between Colorado and Michigan, he's assembled a gorgeous collection of advertising and editorial work. Go give it some consideration.