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Posts Tagged ‘John Waters’

Thursday Odds and Ends

-My old cohort Doug MacMillan discusses Mark Zuckerberg. link

-W+K London alum Rob Steiner has joined up with CP+B’s U.K. operation as head of production.

-Ah, so this is what happens when producers unite (above). link

-Ben Silverman‘s Electus has launched a new reality show on its “Loud” YouTube channel. link

-Adam Kmiec was promoted to the newly created position of director, digital marketing and social media at Campbell Soup Company.

-Yep, a band picked up a hitchhiking John Waters. link

-So, is Facebook set to price its IPO or what? link

-Apparently, online ad manager ranks as one of top 20 “great jobs” minus a college degree. link

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GSP Uses Hipstamatic to Promote New Dali Museum

GSP (not George St. Pierre) were asked by The Dali Museum to think of ideas to help build awareness of, and drive visitors to go visit the new building of the Dali Museum opening in St. Petersburg, FL. on January first.

Their response? Create a Hipstamatic App, Dali inspired filter for your phone and tell everyone to have at it. Hipstamatic liked the idea so much that they waved their fee and pledged to donate any income from sales of the pack to the museum. The new effect is called the Dali Museum GoodPak and comes with Salvador Lens and Film.

There will be a contest where the winner, as judged by none other than Mr. John Waters himself, will be flown to the new opening on January first. Nine finalists’ artwork will be featured in an exhibit at the museum, as well. Now that’s pretty effin sweet! Check out the website to learn more and participate.