• Jobzonen.dk: Doll

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    The Band-Aids, cuts and black eyes on the faces seem unnecessary to communicate the idea. But either way, it’s a great campaign. See #2 here and #3 here.

  • Photo Caption Contest

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    Winner receives verbal praise for their wisdom.

  • Creating PSA's Ain't That Difficult

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    Check out the Random Bad PSA Generator and you will wonder why you ever spent more than 20 minutes on that “green” script for your client.

    (Thanks to Greg. Keep surfing the web and sending us stuff like this. We promise we won’t tell your boss.)

  • The Mighty Swoosh Is Running Away

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    Over on AdScam, George Parker is reporting that CP+B has lost its portion of the Nike account and it’s headed back to Wieden. Damn. Read it here.

  • Swedes On Weed

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    Wow, this selection of McD’s commercials from DDB, Stockholm is hard to believe – and equally hard to take your eyes off of.

    (Via Adfreak)

  • << New Design Director Position Posted

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    Boulder’s Vermilion is searching. We consider this a very rare opportunity.

  • Designers, Here's A Chance To Give Something Back

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    Elysia at Liquid just sent us some details on an AIGA-sponsored poster project in which designers work with disabled artists. Below, is the poster she designed last year.

    GIVING VOICE II

    Teens (ages 14-18) with a disability and commitment to bettering their lives and the lives of others with disabilities will visit the Access Gallery for four consecutive Thursdays this summer.

    During these sessions, teens will learn about the Access Gallery and participate in a workshop about the art of the Protest/Educational Poster. Teens will learn to communicate and express concepts by designing a poster. Each teen will be asked to describe their biggest frustration or everyday obstacles they encounter related to accessibility.

    After the concepts are fleshed out each teen will meet with a graphic designer that will take their concepts and ideas and translate them to a 24 × 36 inch poster. A total of five to six hours over the month-long session is the graphic designer’s commitment.

    Each finished poster will be framed and shown in the Access Studio during a show August 15 – September 6, during the Democratic National Convention.

    Please contact Rori Knudtson, roriknudtson[at]gmail.com or 303-552-1939 for more information.

  • << New Account Director and Media Director Positions Posted

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    The lazy (read: busy) individuals running this site unfortunately sat on these positions until today. San Francisco-based agency, Hoffman Lewis, has just hooked up some Denver clients and is looking to staff up an office here. In their email, it said they’re “hoping to meet qualified candidates between May 20th and 23rd.” That’s this week. Be sure to get in touch with them NOW if you’re on the hunt for a new gig.

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