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Posts Tagged ‘Matthew Lydecker’

Friday Odds and Ends

-W+K Portland, Nike Basketball and Kevin Durant tell us why “Summer Is Serious” (above, credits after the jump).

-Speaking of Nike and basketball, the corporate giant continues its expansion of Converse stores, this time in San Francisco. link

-And finally, guess which brand topped the “Nitrogram 50″ list. link; link

-Google-owned Motorola Mobility has unveiled its new logo. link

-Facebook is beginning to pull ads containing with violent, graphic or sexual content.” link; link

-WPP-owned MediaCom USA has welcomed Starcom alum Jose Bello as managing partner, head of multicultural as well as former Clear Channel exec Khartoon Ohan as its new managing director/chief growth officer. link

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Tuesday Odds and Ends

-BBDO’s David Lubars, Droga5′s Ted Royer, Ogilvy NA’s Steve Simpson, R/GA’s Nick Law and others are among the seven new names joining the One Club’s Board of Directors. link

-Deutsch LA has more than just Star Wars homages in its tank for Volkswagen (above).

-Chicago-based indie agency Tris3ct hired Lapiz alum Javier Osorio as creative director on Kimberly-Clark.

-Digital shop Fluid raised $24 million in funding via Goldman Sachs. link

-Matthew Lydecker joined Airship Post, sister company of Arcade Edit, in its L.A. HQ as creative director/lead artist.

-W+K Asia’s regional head of planning talks about “how to outrun the inevitable.” link

-FADER and MSN launched the Sound Discovery festival guide. link

-Director Sasha Levinson joined Toronto’s Holiday Films for Canadian commercial representation.