I don’t think of the Chamber of Commerce as a political organization, but I’m clearly out of touch. According to The Wall Street Journal: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce said it will spend $100 million in an effort to stem the “rapidly growing influence of government over private-sector activity,” in a major new move by […]
Call me an ignorant American, but I still sometimes have trouble getting my head around the fact that much of the world doesn’t have access to clean drinking water. To call the attention to the problem, the sheep-haters at Sullivan Higdon & Sink created a dynamic campaign for WaterPartners International. Introducing L’desh Fresh: The World’s […]
Wieden + Kennedy/Portland has been working with the American Indian College Fund for 18 years. Only Nike has been with the agency longer. To see more work from the new AICF campaign and learn about special honors bestowed upon David Kennedy by the Indian people, see the W+K Blog. Here’s a brief look at the […]
When I was working on the Camel account I would have refrained from posting this new anti-tobacco spot from Arnold. Thankfully, I have no such reservations today. [via Adfreak]
If you can relate, go to MyCommuteSucks.org and tell Congress why and how they need to fix our slow, crowded, congested commutes.
The United Methodist Church is prepared to spend $20 million in new advertising over the next four years to help young people “Rethink Church.” Research conducted by The Barna Group on behalf of United Methodist Communications found that 66 percent of young adults surveyed were searching for meaning and purpose in their lives and 62 […]
It’s good to see another Portland agency doing work for another Portland client featured in Communications Arts Interactive Annual 15. Dino Citraro, interaction director/executive producer on the project, says, “The traditional ways of presenting data, most often in spreadsheets, are typically inaccessible, hard to digest, and require serious commitment on the part of the user […]