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Imperial Woodpecker

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With only a two-director roster and only in its second year of business, Imperial Woodpecker did more than its share contributing to 2010's outstanding creative projects. Stacy Wall put the LeBron controversy front and center in the audacious "Rise" spot, out of W+K, Portland, brought some bodacaious stylings to 180 L.A.'s hip hop themed "Fast Don't Lie" campaign, starring Derrick Rose, Dwight Howard and a rapping Ken Jeong, and shot lovable nerd moments for Intel and Venables Bell & Partners. Meanwhile, fellow woodpecker Simon McQuoid followed Rhys Darby through the world of HP for the multipart "Let's Do Amazing" brand push out of 72andSunny and captured a day in the life of an endearing, everday robot for Goodby's new Logitech campaign.

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