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Tuesday Morning Stir

-Pinterest co-founder Paul Sciarra has left the startup. link

-Leo Burnett worldwide CCO Mark Tutssel talks the about the importance of the Gunn Report. link

-Saatchi & Saatchi LA suggests we avoid the usual web distractions and explore the world in a new Toyota RAV4 effort. Of course, you have to include a cat (above).

-Bacardi Limited has published its 2011 Corporate Responsibility Report. link

-New York-based editorial shop BlueRock added Jordan Green to its roster.

 

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They Don’t Always Get Haircuts, But When They Do, Musicians Prefer Supercuts

Apparently, one person thought this campaign was so “amazing” that they had to flood our tips box about it. Anyhow, Chicago’s Element 79 is behind a new effort for longtime client Supercuts called, yes, “Rock the Cut,” which aims to show off the chain’s relationship with the music community via broadcast/digital executions. The spot above features a band called Vintage Trouble, a dapper troupe who apparently feel much more at ease in rocking the crowd after getting their hair did by a Supercuts stylist.  It’s not just rock ‘n roll, though, that takes center stage in the “Rock the Cut,” which also spotlights artists in country, electronic and indie circles.

According to the parties involved, the interview portions of the Supercuts spots were shot over five days by director Barney Miller in Long Beach, CA and were completely unscripted in order to maintain what Element 79 is calling that “real people” feel. We’re not sure if this project entices us to visit a Supercuts again, but what the hell, we have a coupon, so why not take a chance. Check out another spot starring DJ Ken Loi as well as credits after the jump.

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