• Dead Man Tweeting

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    ALS victims star in ads and social media after they pass away. Haunting and effective. Agency: Publicis, Amsterdam.

  • Production and Motion Design Company Studio C3 Expands to Denver

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    Creative video production + motion design company Studio C3 just opened a Denver office. This expansion is part of their continued growth as they elevate their portfolio and build relationships with larger agencies, corporate and non-profit clients. The new office is in Capitol Hill. One of their latest projects is featured below.

  • Colgate Kills the Candy Buzz

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    Wonder how many tubes got left behind.

  • ABLE Introduces New Way for the Fortune Five Million to Get Funding – Via Denver's Solidus

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    Part lifestyle b-roll and part animation, this 90-second spot covers the challenges small businesses face, along with the new company, ABLE, that offers new ways for small businesses to get loans. Denver/Austin-based production company Solidus created the piece.

    Credits:
    Directed and Produced by Solidus
    Animation by David Stanfield
    Music by Ryan Taubert // Licensed via The Music Bed
    Sound Mix by Seth Dady

  • Joaquin Phoenix's Forehead

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    Busting up over this.

  • Ever Wonder How Mr. Sketch Markers Smell So Good?

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    Well, that makes good sense.

  • The End of the World on Social Media

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    Australian end-of-the-world movie These Final Hours is teasing audiences with a campaign that shows users what their friends might say to them on social media if the apocalypse were imminent. You have to let it access your Facebook account, but go check it out. It's very cool.

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  • Hotels.com and CP+B Launch Campaign to Stop Americans from Being Shafted on Their Vacation Time

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    America is the only advanced economy in the world that does not guarantee any paid vacation days. In fact, 1 in 4 American workers in the private sector do not have any paid time off. This equates to 28 million people who are missing out on all of the benefits of a vacation.

    Hotels.com, a true "guest-centric" company, believes they're perfectly positioned to bring this issue to light and support this initiative around the need for a guaranteed minimum amount of paid vacation for American workers. They're calling it the Vacation Equality Project.

    The campaign site features a petition you can sign in support that will fo to WhiteHouse.gov, along with a postcard campaign to The House of Representatives and the film, directed by Tool's Brent Bonacorso, below — all with the goal of building awareness that overworked and under vacationed Americans deserve and require a minimum amount of paid vacation time in order to stay healthy, focused and productive. Amen.

    The creators at CP+B believe this has similar potential to Small Business Saturday, which they created in partnership with Digitas for American Express and became a national holiday. Hope it gains that much momentum.

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