by The Denver Egotist / April 7, 2020 /
By Adam Vicarel
It’s 2019. Are We Falling Back Into Gender Clichés? Let’s keep moving forward, in comedy and advertising
by The Denver Egotist / February 26, 2019 /
If you watched the Grammys this year, you might've noticed something odd. For the first time since 2007, the nominees for best comedy album were all men. Brilliant ones, granted—Dave Chappelle, Jim Gaffigan, Patton Oswalt, Chris Rock and Fred Armisen. (Chappelle won.) But still, all dudes.
In a nation of 326 million people, were there no "worthy" female comics? For the love of Maria Bamford, what year is this?
Now, maybe I'm overreacting, craning my neck to hear some kin[Read More]
by The Denver Egotist / January 11, 2019 /
Coming out of school as newly minted designers, we often aspire to the heights of master craftsmanship. We envision ourselves creating expertly designed, meticulously implemented products that inspire awe with their beauty, artistry, and execution.
Then the real world promptly smacks us in the face.
The Egotist & Ad Club Interview Tiffany Rolfe, Partner/Chief Creative Officer, Co:Collective (make that, CCO @ R/GA)
by The Denver Egotist / October 15, 2018 /
A relentless avalanche of energy. A constant erupting volcano of atomic hot ideas. A willingness to dive into the trenches with her troops. Tiffany Rolfe is all of these things and more. The longtime Crispin, Porter + Bogusky alum thrived during a critical run in the agency’s creative surge until going Big Apple and taking the creative helm at Co:Collective. There, she evolved the well-known art of Storytelling into Storydoing — a creative process she will divulge at Ad Club’s Speak[Read More]
by The Denver Egotist / June 5, 2018 /
2004. George Bush was elected for a second term. Amy Winehouse launched her debut album. And while Friends was wrapping up its final season, Bryan Rowles was just getting started at a young, scrappy, modern-thinking agency with the name 72andSunny. Staying 14 years in one agency is a rare sight, but it’s loyalty of this nature that paid off for Bryan as he bounced from office to office until he became ECD at the New York location, fostering the culture and business growth there. He will[Read More]
by The Denver Egotist / November 22, 2017 /
Dear Mr. Bezos,
Let’s talk about Denver for a few minutes. We know you probably earn about $1 million in that time, but hey, you’re earning it whether you read this or stare at a blank wall. Some may say the latter is preferable, but you don’t become a billionaire by staring at walls.
You and your top-level executives are looking at places to build your second headquarters. Well, second, for now. We all know this new campus will become your main building, and that’s wh[Read More]
by The Denver Egotist / April 11, 2017 /
The state of Indiana draws racing fans to the famed Indianapolis 500, produces 90% of the world’s popcorn, and houses The Dan Quayle Center in Huntington. The Hoosier State also hides a spectacular creative mind whose agency defies conventions and the hurdles of being in a smaller Midwest city. Meet Carolyn Hadlock here, and then meet her in person at The Denver Post Auditorium on Thursday, April 13 at 6PM as part of the Ad Club Speaker Se[Read More]
by The Denver Egotist / March 15, 2017 /
I’m in a fug. I’m sluggish. I’m agitated. I’m like a lovelorn teenager who’s just been dumped.
Yes, I’m in the midst of that pitch-loss after-glow. Can I get some compassionate leave? It’s hard to shake. There’s no easy way out of it. Unless the client changes their mind, which they never do. Except that time when they did. Unfortunately, that time we were the initial winners and the top guy decided to give it to his mate’s agency after all.
Fastest ac[Read More]