Archive for November, 2009

Interactive Winners at Eurobest

iQ font case study from stuffcore on Vimeo. On Friday Eurobest announced Happiness won the Grand Prix for their Toyota campaign (above). I am really not sure what they are […]

Lemonade – doing something different

Given some of the conversations we had in San Francisco and the amazing people we met who changed the direction in their lives to do something brilliant, I thought that […]

Dinner at The Orson Restaurant #cssf

The Wednesday evening kicked off the Creative Social San Fran culinary experience in earnest with a fantastic dinner by chef Elizabeth Falkner at Orson Restaurant. You would think that it […]

Banqueting at the R&G Lounge #cssf

On our first night in San Francisco we dined at The R&G Lounge – a Chinese restaurant located in Chinatown, San Francisco. In contrast to The Orson – The R&G […]

Are clients ready to let digital agencies take the lead? (Roundtable summary #cssf)

Background We have beaten the digital vs advertising debate to death and all agree that it is simply the best agencies that will succeed. However the debate does not seem […]

October Creative showcase winners announced

Well done to Tribal DDB for winning October’s Creative Showcase for The People’s Review for VW>. Runners up were AKQA for Nike’s Master Control and LMFM’s Speechbreaker for the Lib […]

Twitter- A lot of hot air

edit_02_OUT_deinterlaced_1_compressed.mov Brock Craft and team explain how the live hopper installation works. Pumping up hoppers with Twitter. Because we can.

The Barrel House #cssf

Pereira O’Dell were our host agency last week in San Francisco and we were lucky that they were the holders of one of San Fran’s hidden gems – the Barrel […]

Latest VW Fun Theory video

One of creatives summed up this campaign for VW by saying “reminds me why I work in advertising. Funny, warm and clever. If only the world was this much fun.” […]

Community Session #cssf

The “community” block of the agenda featured Craig Newmark of Craigslist and Mark Dwight, founder of Ricksaw Bagworks in San Francisco. (Thanks to Mark for giving us all the great […]