• Humorous Spot from Adobe Asks If You Know What Your Marketing is Doing

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    Adobe's new spot for the Adobe Marketing Cloud is quite humorous. This would have been a great bit to add in on the day of the Superbowl. Goodby Silverstein handled the creative reigns on this one. Is it just us or does it seem like Adobe is prepping to give Google a run?

  • 110 Fluid Ounces of Hell

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    In celebration of his new found strides toward healthful living, Draplin and the DDC have released this new little orange beauty designed to stave off some serious dehydration. Each of these radiant beverage containers can be seen from approximately a mile away, so you always know where the hydration lies. If you're interested in picking one of these guys up, be sure to check out more specifics on the DDC merch page.

  • Hovercraft Rebrands the Mountain

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    We were really excited to see this campaign that Hovercraft finished up for Boreal in Northern California. Our excitement primarily stems from a few of us having come from that locale and spending formative years on snowboards right in Boreal's backyard. Hovercraft was brought in to help re-brand the resort and to help reduce a bit of the impression of Boreal being a “hardcore” mountain, dedicated to the serious skier and snowboarder and outdoor winter athlete. The resort has begun to migrate to being a more family friendly space and more of a resort space for families and snow enthusiasts of all levels. The campaign stretched across several different mediums and does a great job of shedding a different light on this Tahoe gem.

  • Apple's Shoots Newest Spot Shot on iPhones Around the World

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    This is a great example of a bit of technological crowdsourcing. Apple assembled all of its footage for its newest spot from iPhone users around the world in one single day. Nicely done.

  • No Internet Week. Could You Do It?

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    We're not sure if we could. Seriously. The internet has become such a ubiquitous part of our lives - an essential cog in the machine so to speak. So, giving it up seems, well, hard. London based studio, Mother, decided to follow around several people as they took part in a little social experiment they cooked up called, No Internet Week. How did these five high volume users deal with being unplugged for a week?

  • Nike Honors Past, Present & Future Action Sports Riders with the Athlete Tribute Wall

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    We're in the process of making our rounds through the studio sites looking for new work to feature since our last check-in, and we come across this fantastic piece OMFGCO did for Nike Action Sports. The team was approached by Nike with the hopes of building a tribute wall to their entire roster of their riders. Nike was looking to pay a little tribute to the history of the extremely talented team.

    Taking inspiration from graphic designer, Lou Dorfsman’s typographic murals, OMFGCO created a type inspired space that features every name of the team. The large, matte black wall is interchangeable so names can be switched and moved around as needed.

  • Leatherman, the Original American Multi-Tool

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    Leatherman OAMT Les Shepperson 4 AUDIOMIX from Pollinate on Vimeo.

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    Leatherman OAMT Vegas-WITH COLOR from Pollinate on Vimeo.

    Pollinate recently worked with Leatherman Tools to highlight the quality of the original American multi-tool. The campaign stretched across several avenues and featured a series of deliverables targeting their large, diverse customer base. As part of the campaign, the team the opportunity to create a series of short documentaries featuring a diverse selection of people and how they use Leatherman tools in their daily work.

  • Wieden+Kennedy Drop Four Spots During this Year's Superbowl

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    We were stoked to see the four spots W+K was sporting during this year's (most glorious) Superbowl. Here's what the superstar agency had to offer:


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