FROM CREATIVITY: Agency Startups

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The seven industry veterans behind New York agency Anomaly grace the cover of the May issue of Creativity, as we take a look at the new wave of agency startups that are shaking up the industry's status quo. Inside, we talk to players from upstarts like Amalgamated, mono, The Brooklyn Brothers, 72andSunny and others, as they explain how they're trying to offer what clients are looking for. We also talk to a group of interactive CDs to find out what digital advertising has done to the concept of the creative team. (AdCritic subscibers can access the agency feature and our look at interactive advertising online.)

ALSO IN THE ISSUE: Designer Declan Stone arrives at BBH/N.Y.; Public & Hal Riney's Jon Soto and JWT's Walt Connelly rate recent ads for PSP, UPS, Mini and Fuse; Audioengine moves into music and sound; and Weta Digital and Ohio Edit collaborate for CK One. PLUS: The illustrations of Chris Sickels, Tim Biskup and Fernando Cohen; Burberry's new spots; and, as always, the latest and greatest advertising and design work from across the country and the world. Also, it's never been easier for Creativity and AdCritic subscribers to view work they read about in the magazine online. Just visit our monthly Creativity gallery, where we've grouped broadcast and print work to correspond to the sections of the magazine. To subscribe to Creativity and for one price, click here for a special offer.

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