March 26, 2014
The Foo Fighters haven't played Richmond, Virginia since 1998. That's more than 15 years ago and that's way too long. So we're bringing 'em back.
May 11, 2006
Among the winners at the 2006 One Show in New York on May 10 was this Gold Pencil-awarded Self-Promotion effort from Mother/London, called, quite accurately, "Uncarriable Carrier Bags." In typical nutty Mother fashion, the shop distributed plastic ba
April 12, 2006
As it embarked on a rebranding process, the Philly-based Brownstein Group "had to restructure if we wanted to continue to be relevant and competitive in the marketing environment of the future," explains CD/writer John Gilbert.
December 22, 2005
All the War on Christmas whiners will be pleased to note that in Australia they still call Christmas by its real name, even if the baby Jesus has been delivered by an obstetrician.
September 15, 2005
The latest in the Pentagram Papers "series of limited-edition publications designed and produced biannually by the partners of Pentagram," as the firm describes it, is #33, The Slide Rule Vanishes.
July 28, 2005
Melbourne agency The Surgery lives up to its name with this bizarre take on the Michelin Man. Likewise the Duracell Bunny (see the PDF), who isn't going and going and going.
June 08, 2005
You know the way on the old Star Trek there was always one guy you'd never seen before in the squad that would beam down to explore a hostile planet? And you knew you'd never see him again?
April 28, 2005
Egg, a Seattle agency that "works only with responsible brands," as they put it, has a responsible self-promo in the form of a color swatch book in which everything is a shade of green.
January 06, 2005
Yeah, there are a lot of holiday promo pranks in this business, but we particularly like the one from New Orleans agency Zehnder Communications, 'cause the creatives managed to get the CEO to pose for Perry Como shtick.