#BrandLaunch: Growers Soil – Via Denver’s LRXD

by / May 17, 2019 /

LRXD has created new packaging and a website for Growers, a Colorado company that sells soil and nutrients designed to grow the most verdant cannabis crops.

For more than 15 years, Growers has envisioned the future of growing cannabis based on the past by combining the handcrafted art of cultivation with emerging technology to produce a consistent and effective line of soils and nutrients. Now, LRXD has debu[Read More]

Snowmass Tourism Wants to Introduce You to Your Outside Side – Via Vladimir Jones

by / May 17, 2019 /

To differentiate Snowmass from the rest, Vladimir Jones wanted to push further into the metaphysical ways that its intimate landscape can change you. So, they introduced America to a different version of themselves. It’s the part of you that howls at the moon, tangos with the wind and doesn’t have an inside voice. Come face-to-face with the side of you only nature can reveal in Snowmass. And say hello to[Read More]

Antique Firearms in Ultra Slow Mo from Denver’s Image Brew

by / May 17, 2019 /

Gallagher & Associates is a museum planning and design firm based in New York City. The organization was charged with curating an exhibit about the mechanical evolution of firearms for the Buffalo Bill Center for the West in Cody, Wyoming. The core of the exhibit would feature interactive video screens that display various guns firing in super slow motion.  

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Friday Filler: Play One Club’s Pencil Pong

by / May 17, 2019 /

The One show may be over for another year, but it doesn’t mean you can’t win a gold pencil before next year’s show. Just in time for Friday, Zulu Alpha Kilo created the online game Pencil Pong. By visiting the site on your mobile device and using it as the pong paddle controls, you can propel yourself up the creative ranks to win One Show gold. You start the game as an intern, move up to CCO. As your career[Read More]

HBO’s Muhammad Ali: “What’s My Name” Title Sequence from Denver’s Spillt

by / May 15, 2019 /

Narrated completely with recordings of Muhammad Ali’s voice, “What’s My Name - Muhammad Ali” takes a two-part intimate look at the challenges and triumphs of a man who defined what it means to be a true champion. Spillt's titles were designed to complement the mix of archival and shot footage, while reflecting the time period and character of the athlete.

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by / May 13, 2019 /

This is the kind of Nike advertising we love: a big, bold, unvarnished look at how much harder it is for women to succeed in sports. When the brand does stuff that makes us think way beyond sports, it’s always a good thing.

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