by The Denver Egotist / March 14, 2019 /
by The Denver Egotist / March 12, 2019 /
The film — directed by FANIA (a.k.a Stephania Dulowski) and inspired by the poetic beauty of women in NYC — is a celebration of diversity and femininity. It follows real women from across the city through different neighborhoods as they skate down streets, laugh on a stoop, and strut through the aisles of a corner store. A haunting ballad version of Cyndi Lauper’s famous “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” covered by Hanna Ashbrook sweeps through each scene. In stylized close-ups, friends e[Read More]
by The Denver Egotist / March 5, 2019 /
Production on “The LEGO Movie 2” safety video lasted 979 hours over the course of four months and among five different countries including Turkey, the USA, the UK, Canada and Australia. There were over 400 people involved in the creative process –—252 of whom were extras, in addition to the six-strong featured cast in the live action end sequence. The live action crew consisted of over 80 people, while the animation team included almost 70.
by The Denver Egotist / March 4, 2019 /
Diesel's new global campaign, created by Good People and Publicis Milan.[Read More]
by The Denver Egotist / February 27, 2019 /
Fun set of Google spots that ran during the Oscars. A great way to tie the product benefits into the media buy.
by Egotist / February 25, 2019 /
Clayton, one of the largest home builders in the nation, has launched a new campaign for prefab homes created by Made. The 60-second hero spot aims to disarm consumers who have never lived in a manufactured home and plays up the customizable features they expect in luxury brands. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the average price of a new site-built home with land is nearing $400,000 — much higher than what off-site [Read More]
Denver’s Legwork and Whirled Create Animated Video for Sexual Assault Survivor + Nobel Prize Nominee
by The Denver Egotist / January 29, 2019 /
Legwork recently teamed up with Los Angeles-based content agency Whirled to create an animated video for a new training program designed by Amanda Nguyen — sexual assault survivor and Nobel Prize Nominee. The project, titled Amanda Nguyen’s Blueprint for Social Change, is a guide to help young social activists adopt Amanda’s strategi[Read More]
by The Denver Egotist / December 28, 2018 /
Reminiscent of the visually-stunning Sony Bravia commercials of years past. The track is "Come Along" by Cosmo Sheldrake. The director is Rupert Sanders.[Read More]