B D P for short, is Brandon Drew Jordan Pierce, a New York City based rapper. He grew up primarily in sleepy Westchester, NY, moving to Durham, NC his freshmen year of high school. He's an ad man by day (at Sid Lee's New York Office), rapper by night and here he made a song to "Katie". Katie being the slang expression about the walk of shame that clubbing girls endure in the bright harsh light of the next day.
When you're producing movies there are two themes you dream to work with: Fast cars and massive explosions. CinemaxX wanted everything.
Introducing a new sound system by Meyer Sound to their 30 movie theaters, CinemaxX commissioned the specialists from Schönheitsfarm, Acrobat and White Horse Music to create a spot all the way from concept to execution that makes full use of the new "MAXXIMUM SOUND" experience.
To visualize the crystal clear and highly differentiated sound we turned to a technique very popular in film making and translated it into the acoustic world:
Artist owned-and-operated bi-coastal digital studio Brickyard VFX recently completed work on Target’s “All Things Merry” campaign. The “All Things Merry” campaign illustrates various characters going about their holiday preparation with ease – decorating for a holiday party, stringing outdoor lights and wrapping children’s presents – to promote Target as a one-stop-shop for the holidays. Brickyard designed and executed pre-visualization, color enhancements and additional finishing work for the campaign. In addition, Brickyard composited select shots in “Power Cord Christmas,” a spot featuring a variety of Christmas lights adorning everything from a barn to a basketball hoop, as well as an epic shot of multiple lit Christmas trees along a waterfront.
Greg Ketchum, Executive Creative Director, Ogilvy New York on IBM “Data Anthem”:
In the next phase of IBM's Smarter Planet campaign, we're focusing our messaging on how organizations around the world are going about the business of actually building it. One of the pillars of building a smarter planet is the emergence of data and the ability to harness it for answers to our biggest problems. We wanted to educate business leaders on the importance of data, provide some context for its proliferation, and suggest the enormous opportunities that lie within it. We also wanted to convey to people that we now have the computational power and advanced analytics to see data in new ways so we can make sense of it. Hence, our interest in finding the most compelling, arresting ways possible of visualizing actual data. On a smarter planet, data matters.
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