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Posts Tagged ‘Michael Bollinger’

Friday Odds and Ends


-BBH Singapore released this parody of The Shining for IKEA (video above).

-These vintage ads are super misogynistic, disturbing and often creepy.

-J.C. Penney to launch media agency review.

-Haberman launches a new campaign for Traditional Medicinals.

-Momentum Worldwide announced the addition of Omid Farhang as chief creative officer, effective November 10th.

-MODCo Group today announced the additions of Gretchen Vater as executive director, client services for MODCo Creative and Kristal Herr as director of account services for MODCo Media.

-Michael Bollinger,  president of the full service integrated agency Smith Brothers, announced that The T. Marzetti Company, a member of the Specialty Food Group of the Lancaster Colony Corporation based in Columbus, Ohio has named Smith Brothers as its lead creative agency.

-JBL turns to user-generated Vine content with “#cordfail” campaign.

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Wednesday Odds and Ends

-McCann lost Lufthansa, but we’ve been told that the impact is “small” outside of Germany. link

-Carrot Creative gives us “Instacheer” for the holidays. link

-AKQA continues its work with Pencils for Promise in its holiday card. link

-Sweden seems to have taken to crowdsourcing. link

-JWT New York tells us that “the sea is calling” in a new campaign for Royal Caribbean (above). link

-Ogilvy One New York appointed Dimitri Maex as managing director. Maex replaces Harvey Kipnis, who is moving up to regional director for OgilvyOne North America.

-Pittsburgh indie operation Smith Brothers Agency hired former DDB Worldwide VP of client services Michael Bollinger as president.