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Monday Odds and Ends

-Darren Aronofsky, director of films including Black Swan, The Wrestler and Requiem for a Dream of course, has teamed up with Ted Robbins and Sandy Haddad to launch bi-coastal commercial production house, Chromista. link

-The 2013 AICP Week lineup has been announced. link

-GSD&M has promoted several staffers including creative partners Victor Camozzi and Bryan Edwards, who work on Walgreens among other accounts to SVP/group creative directors. In addition, the Austin-based, Omnicom-owned agency has bumped up Nancy Ryan and Carrie Hines to SVP/account directors while elevating Ronnie Steck to VP/account director and Madhavi Reese to VP/strategy director.

-B-Reel created a video for Google Chrome as part of Google’s 2013 I/O conference that helps the Mountain View, CA giant thank developers for their contributions to the internet’s evolution (above).

-Brooklyn-based agency Carrot Creative has launched its new website. You can find out more about the new site from Carrot CPO/co-founder Chris Petescia here.

-Portland, ME-based The VIA Agency has welcomed Richard Fryling as group strategy director for the Sam’s Club account, Deep Focus alum Abha Dhakal as client strategist and Chris Gilbert as a copywriter.

-Filmmaker Greg Kohs joined the roster of Venice, CA prodco Backyard for U.S. commercial representation.

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GSD&M Bows First Work for Walgreens

Three months after reportedly beating out McGarryBowen for Walgreens creative duties, Austin’s own GSD&M has unveiled its first campaign for the drug store chain, which carries the tagline “At the Corner of Happy & Healthy” (still a little iffy on this one).

In this effort aptly dubbed “1901,” we’re treated to a little rework of “Down on the Corner” and VO work from John Corbett (aka “Aidan” from Sex and the City or the dude from Northern Exposure, take your pick) while we take a quick, 30-second ride through Walgreens’ 111-year history. Still, GSD&M has managed to pack enough in for us to not only see how the chain’s design has evolved over the years, but remember that Walgreens was responsible for the drive-thru pharmacy and child-safety caps among other things. While the concept of “1901″ is not the most novel one, the little history lesson within makes it worth viewing, we suppose. Credits after the jump.

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