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Posts Tagged ‘Brian Frost’

Tuesday Morning Stir

-The shortlist has been announced for Saatchi & Saatchi India’s country-wide “Sleep Exchange” photography contest for Springwel (above). The 25 shortlisted images will be exhibited in New Delhi on Sept. 15. link

-Goodby alums Antonio Marcato and Suzie Yeranosyan joined Santa Monica’s RPA as senior art director and art director, respectively, while former CP+B creative Brian Frost signed on with said agency as senior copywriter. link

-Everything Everywhere, the parent company of Orange and T-Mobile, rebranded itself as “EE.” link

-The “Traveling One Show” is hitting Orlando for the first time on Oct. 17. link

-MDC boss Miles Nadal is among those being inducted this year into Canada’s Marketing Hall of Legends. link

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Jell-O: It’s Not for Kids Anymore

Yeah, yeah, two CP+B posts in one day, we get the grief, but get a grip and just be thankful that it’s non-holiday-related. Anyhow, here’s a new effort from the agency for Kraft Foods’ Jell-O brand that promotes what appears to be its “adults-only” Temptations line. Intel and Clarity Consulting also took part in the effort, which used age-recognition technology to appease adults and basically tell kids to piss off. It’s everything you’d expect Bill Cosby and his sweater to be against, but, hey, it works for us. The video above was shot at Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium and a second stunt took place on the first floor of the South Street Seaport in NYC last week. Credits after the jump.

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‘To Catch a Douchebag’ Resurfaces

After seemingly spending eight months in stasis, the “To Catch a Douchebag” blog has come back to life with a series of new posts over the past week that “aim to keep internet dating douchebags in check.” From what we hear, the barely concealed images and posts come to us courtesy of one Brian Frost, who’s spent the last three years as an interactive copywriter at CP+B’s Boulder base (well, at least he’s not trying to bait Demi Moore). Once again, let us note that this is a personal project and the proprietor assures us that “All messages are real, but edited for length.” Here’s one example below: