Danner is a Portland-based boot company that’s been in business since 1932. The company invested in a series of industrial films to advance their “Crafting Higher Standards” campaign. The short films were shot by Tadd Meyers on a 5d MkII on location at Danner’s factory, sweetened by Digital One and edited by Transparent Studios.
Why did Fallon/London got to Seydisfjordur, a small village in Iceland, and fill it with speakers that played music from the likes of Death In Vegas, Bob Dylan and the Guillemots? To make a short film, of course. “Believe in superior sound experiences,” Sony says. Okay, I will. [via Creative Review]
Ad Age reports that “It’s the end of the road for Saturn, as General Motors pulls the plug on the iconic car brand following an11th-hour breakdown in talks with would-be buyer Roger Penske.” Penske terminated the deal because it was unable to secure a source of new product beyond what GM would build on contract.
Kraft has long helped busy people plan their meals. Now, the foods giant is helping busy people with an iPhone and $.99 plan their meals. Ad Age spoke to Ed Kaczmarek, director of innovation-new services at Kraft Foods, about the brand’s decision to charge for their iPhone App. We look at iFood Assistant as a […]