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MUH-TAY-ZIK | HOF-FER named AAA NCNU agency of record

MUH-TAY-ZIK | HOF-FER has bagged a client with the same affinity for caps, namely AAA NCNU. No word yet if they will create fun campaigns with screaming goats, but we'll soon find out and honestly I totally expect they will have fun with this.

The agency will be responsible for developing a campaign that will be used for the NCNU Club (which is already 4 million strong).

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Native Pictures signs directing collective "The Work"

Remember Ford Mustang’s “Speed Dating” viral, Corvette “Sightings” & Team Chevy Racing “Lessons” campaigns? That was "The Work"'s work.

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Tech entrepreneur Tom St John joins john st. to lead digital services

“As clients integrate digital into their marketing to an increasing degree, our expertise and services have had to expand,” says Arthur Fleischmann, President and co-founder of the agency, john st., that he and his partners launched in 2001. “We continue to invest in top digital talent across the agency, so our clients are working with the brightest minds in the industry.”

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Saatchi & Saatchi appoints Talia Handler executive VP

Saatchi & Saatchi New York has hired Talia Handler, formerly of Deutsch New York, as executive vice president and group account director charged with handling its Chase account. Handler will report directly to Saatchi & Saatchi chief executive Brent Smart. At Deutsch, Handler had the same title, and worked on the agency’s Microsoft and Jägermeister businesses.

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Verizon just dropped the mic on the FCC. In Morse Code

In case you didn't hear, the FCC voted in favor today of enforcing "net neutrality," by regulating the internet the same way as the telephone, and wanting to ban business practices it decries as being "unjust or unreasonable," which is very vague and open to interpretation and will totally work. Har har har.

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Bazillion Pictures' 3D Projection Mapping Makes 'The Monument Come Alive' - And Takes Home Two Gold ADDYs & A TELLY

Union Station’s Beaux-Arts facade was transformed into a canvas for a 3D projection mapping video that was the centerpiece for the iconic Kansas City building’s centennial celebration,entitled, ‘The Monument Comes Alive.’ Bazillion Pictures created the 3D animation, visual effects and motion graphics for the project, and crafted the multitude of digital assets into a spectacle of imagery, color and light that tells the story of this architectural landmark and how it adapted and persevered through a tumultuous century.

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Adweek writes up Reebok, quotes us.

David Gianatasio at Adweek has written about Reebok's new campaign created by Venables Bell & Partners in "Reebok Is Quietly Emerging as a Challenger Brand to Contend With Athletic company is leveraging 'tough fitness' movement to boost sales", showcasing the Be More Human commercial as it kicks off Reebok's global repositioning.

 

Bordinski gets woozy for new song "Us"

Check out some hallucinations in this woozy surreal track by Bordinski, ft Bloody Jay. Featuring a parade of ladies, puppies all dressed up like tigers, older ladies playing mahjong and then an extended moment in a hot tub with a uh... peace pipe.

Been there, bro. Just drink some water and then order yourself a fried egg and bacon sandwich.

Director: Jérémie Rozan
Production Company: Iconoclast
EP: Edmond Tao
Producer: Elias Belkeddar
DP: Alexis Zabe

Post Production: Nightshift
Editors: Walter Mauriot, Marie Charlotte Moreau

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