At its tenth annual “Small Agency Awards,” Advertising Age last week named Colorado's own TDA_Boulder as the 2019 Small Agency of the Year, 11 – 75 employees. Runners up were Badger & Winters, New York, and media agency Noble People, New York and Santa Monica. The awards are given for effective and innovative creative combined with strong revenue growth, demonstrated new-business acumen and suppor[Read More]
How do you brand a collection of counties in an understandable way that builds off the equity of what's already well known about them? That was Cactus' challenge from Utah’s Washington County Convention and Tourism Office when they won the account last November. Since then, they've been developing a new brand that renames the State of Utah’s Washington County as [Read More]
Childe, founded by brothers Anders & Davin Lindwall, describes their agency as "a boutique Swiss Army knife of producers, filmmakers, photographers, thinkers, writers, editors and designers — tackling large and small productions with a gentle-disposition, elite personnel and creative sophistication." We really like this recent long-form piece for Three Strands' 90-day recovery program, located on a ranch in Steam[Read More]
Bob Ross painted more than 1,000 landscapes for his television show — so why are they nearly impossible to find? The New York Times reporter Aaron Byrd solves one of the internet’s favorite little mysteries.
"Is It Revved?" is the newest video series from mountain bike manufacturer Guerrilla Gravity showing off the Denver brand's new REVVED carbon technology. As the show explains, REVVED carbon frames are 300% more impact resistant than traditional carbon — and that fact is hammered home by smashing a lot of things on the down tube of the frame's front triangle. [Read More]