By The Denver Egotist / / We wanted to finish the year on a local high note here on The Egotist. So, we asked the most respected creative visionaries in Colorado to create a piece, entitled “What I Learned This Year.” It can take any form they’d like — an illustration, a top-ten list, an article, video, photo or anything else they envision. Rob Schuham, Founding Entrepreneur at COMMON, Vice Chairman & Chief Innovation Officer at Match Marketing Group, and Founding Partner at Undercurrent, is sixth up in the series. Here’s what Rob Schuham learned. Here’s an archive of all 2012 contributions.
Shared this story in the office, and we all immediately thought — so now more bikes will be stolen from peoples homes? Maybe not, since you pr...[Read More]
Very interesting concept......[Read More]
It looks really nice, but the type on the OOH is weird. The only thing you read is 10 FT TYPE and you can barely read "new flavors", especially...[Read More]
My friend that still works at VJ told me this: it was the CD that Nebraska brought in and his own art director that did the chosen campaign. But...[Read More]
Yeah. First-class crap. At least Exxon is trying to create a differentiator with its Supremeium brand. Not sure how that will resonate. But all...[Read More]