My clients are well aware of my affinity for cinema advertising. I just love the tactic. With cinema, you have a captive audience that considers movie advertising a part of the experience. The demos are great and your message is not lost in the clutter we see every day in other forms of media.
We’re closing in on a great summer movie season, with dozens of potential hits coming your way to the big screen, like . This is going to be one of the big hitters, I think. Captain America, another great Marvel story.
Poster artwork for our newest internal campaign for Suddenlink. Think As One.
Having been in the business for over 30 years, people send me work to review all the time. Just the other day I got this great email with some of the most interesting photography I have seen in years.
It’s a new campaign from AT&T, from BBDO Atlanta. Just won a Kelly Award, from what I understand. The campaign was voted #1 in the “America’s Favorite Magazine Ads” competition.
Some very nice work. AD was Rich Wakefield and the photographer was Andric. According to the AD, the hand painter was from Milan.
Years ago, I was an AE and new business guy for an agency in Tampa, Florida. Paradigm Communications.
At the time, The Tampa Bay Lightning was a client. The partners were just nuts about hockey. All kinds of hockey.
AD was Cody Spinadel and for the life of me, I cannot remember the writer’s name, which is a shame.
Another version of the sting banners created for Fortress Technologies. The banner is designed to unroll at 50%, for table top use as well.
Some new work for Comcast. Full pager for Encore Atlanta and the Fox Theater.
We spent the better part of October working on a real nice 16 page catalog for our client, Comcast. Below are two of the inside spreads.