Say Hello To Stupid

We’ve got two series running on the site now�Agencies in Strange Places and Outstanding Mission Statements. Maybe we ought to add a third series�–Agency Lobby Art. Here’s what the folks at W+K London see each time they pass reception. “Blender Man” serves as a constant reminder of the ethos of the company and how we […]

Pittsburgh Shop Branches Out

Pittsburgh agency, Blattner Brunner has acquired Sawyer Riley Compton, one of Atlanta’s more well known creative shops. According to Adweek, SRC was down to but 15 staffers and $20 million in billings (a great per employee billings ratio). SRC is Blattner Brunner’s second acquisition in as many years. The shop acquired MHI in Washington, D.C., […]

Where’s Huey?

Adweek reports on a new campaign fro the Atlanta Community Food Bank from Paprocki in Atlanta. But that’s not the news I want to share with you this fine morning. What jumps out at me is, “Where’s Huey?” Paprocki opened his shop May 1 after splitting with his partner of seven years, Ron Huey. Together, […]

A Classic Reveal

Karpat Polat, a creative at creative powerhouse DM9DDB in Brazil, sent us his latest TV spot for home security company, Telemergencia. While this spot will most likely not win a Lion (something Karpat achieved while working in Instanbul), it does hold the viewer’s attention with the clever use of sound. Click the still to play. […]

Cure Us With An Injection Of Mad Money

At times, it’s hard to tell if eBay is a ribald joke or a fantastic business. Today is another one of those times. Buy an award-winning advertising agency – office supplies AND creative staff. Highest bidder wins a box of fairly new office materials as well as incredibly motivated, often provocative and always high-concept group […]

Installing An Upgrade To Ad Industry 2.0

A shameless plug for my new column on Talent Zoo. I’ve noticed for a long time how many ad people get away with being igorant about the new media landscape. It’s rather odd timing, since I began working on it prior to last week’s AAAA conference. Admittedly, I don’t think anyone reading AdPulp has the […]

All In The Family Plays Well En Espa

“Dialogues are more productive than monologues. We believe in teamwork, both internally and with clients. That’s why we make our clients part of the community during the entire work process. It’s an exchange focused on making the client’s business grow. We help each other to become better.” My favorite part about subscribing to CA is […]

And The Winner Is…

Last month Adweek held an online poll where you could rate certain agencies in certain categories. I can’t find an online link to the full report, but I’ve seen it in print. Here are some of the top category vote getters: Most Competitive: Crispin Porter & Bogusky Most Complacent: Grey Most Overrated: Deutsch Most Underrated: […]

Mad Dogs May Be Euthanized

According to Adweek, Mad Dogs & Englishmen in New York City is facing an uncertain future following a major reduction in spending by Atkins Nutritionals, one of its major clients. While I hope they stay in business, there’s a lesson here: When I was in school 10 years ago, Mad Dogs was THE hot shop […]

17.5 Billion Not Bad For “A Dying Industry”

According to Advertising Age magazine Share