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Gavin McInnes Explains 'How to Do Everything in the World' for Vans - Posted April 25, 2014
About a month ago we brought you the sneak peek of "How to Do Everything in the World," the web series Rooster created for Vans starring creative director/... [AgencySpy]

Here's How To Fight A Baby - Posted November 26, 2013
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Here's How To Fight A Baby - Posted November 26, 2013
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Rooster Gets a New Employee Who Does Not Party Rock - Posted November 20, 2013
Belarusian tennis player Victoria Azarenka may have LMFAO hair-fluff RedFoo, but Rooster NY has the next best thing: a new employee who may or may not be SkyBlu. Can we just take a second to look at how ridiculous the proper nouns are in that sen... [AgencySpy]

Ted Baker London Teams Up With HUSH to Promote Autumn/Winter Collection With Humor - Posted October 9, 2013
Ted Baker London has collaborated with New York agency HUSH to launch StreetWinker.com, which punily asks visitors to "Spread the Ted" with a "Baker's dozen" (the last we checked a baker's dozen didn't equal five, but whatever) of video shorts, digital "winks," "... [AgencySpy]

Rooster Outpunches James Franco...Sort of - Posted August 6, 2013
I'm the Rooster guy apparently and I'm back to cover some more irreverent Rooster shenanigans. The above video, "How to Take a Punch," epitomizes what a side project should be: easily digestible, fun to watch, and humorous. A slow-mo gif of ... [AgencySpy]

Vice Still Has Money to Burn, Thanks to Viacom - Posted October 19, 2009
Vice Magazine was once a staple of the New York late 90s/early millennial underground scene, featuring articles on shooting up heroin, interviews with up-and-comers Chloe Sevigny, ... [Fishbowl NY]

Vice Still Has Money to Burn, Thanks to Viacom - Posted October 19, 2009
Vice Magazine was once a staple of the New York late 90s/early millennial underground scene, featuring articles on shooting up heroin, interviews with up-and-comers Chloe Sevigny, ... [FishbowlNY]

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