It’s been almost a month since we reported that Euro RSCG creative director David Weinstock was likely on his way out the door, and now we’ve received official word that he has in fact left the agency for an ECD post at NYC-based social media shop, Mr. Youth.
As previously mentioned, Weinstock was a CD on the award-winning Dos Equis “Most Interesting Man” campaign as well as Kraft while at Euro. In his new post, which he assumes today, he will take the creative lead and oversee work for all Mr. Youth clients including Bing, Coca-Cola and Xbox. In a statement, Weinstock’s new boss, Mr. Youth CEO/founder Matt Britton, says, “David’s digital roots as a developer and programmer, coupled with his innovative thinking, will really take our creative department to the next level as we continue to grow our agency. The work he’s done for Dos Equis while at Euro is standout – he’s exactly the type of person we want leading our creative teams.”
But where art thou Weinstock’s old partner-in-crime, Andy Currie? Holler if you hear us, sir.
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