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Wednesday Morning Stir

-A Bullseye View, an online magazine focused on Target, notices the similarities between Brian Sanders‘ poster art for season six of Mad Men and ’60s ads for Dayton’s, which was Target’s predecessor. link

-Ted Booth, principal/managing director at design firm Method, discusses what advertising means in an age where there’s no “traditional” agency. link

-And now, some suggestive wine pairings from Harvest Films for California’s SLO Down Wines (above; see two more spots here and here).

-Salt Lake City digital agency Super Top Secret has added Chris Moore as a partner and has launched its film/TV-focused arm, STS Studios. link

-Global production studio @radical.media has signed Stoopid Buddy Stoodios (which includes Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, John Harvatine IV, and Eric Towner) to its roster. link

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Another CP+B Alum Heads to Deutsch

Just two months after Matt Ian joined the ranks at Deutsch LA to serve as EVP/group creative director, his former CP+B colleague Shannon McGlothin has followed suit. Like Ian, McGlothin has assumed the title of EVP/GCD at Deutsch and in turn, is partnering with fellow EVP/GCD Jason Elm on the Playstation and Diamond Foods accounts.

During his 20-month stint at CP+B, McGlothin, who maybe looks like Seth Green from a distance, served as creative director on the Coke Zero account. Prior to that, he spent six-plus years at Wieden + Kennedy, serving as senior art director on projects for Nike, Coca-Cola, LVMH and EA. While at W+K, McGlothin perhaps most notably was part of the creative team behind the Grand Prix-winning Livestrong campaign for Nike.

So why the move from CP+B to Deutsch LA? There are several reasons, according to a comment from McGlothin: “An impressive roster of clients, great people, fantastic opportunity, lots of positive momentum within the agency and the chance to become part of something special.”