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Who Says Shoes Can’t Be Art

Who Says Shoes Can’t Be Art

August 1st, 2011

You've probably noticed that anytime we post on our blog, it rarely has to do with what we do.  The reason for this is we try to share things we think are fresh, cool or down right awesome, but don't have any relation to our jobs. In the case of this post, we had to share what can only be described as Shoe Art.

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Alexander Wang Launches In-Store iPad App

Alexander Wang Launches In-Store iPad App

March 29th, 2011

Despite his youth, American fashion designer Alexander Wang has already enjoyed the sort of success that aspiring designers would kill for. Born in 1984 and raised in San Francisco, Wang moved to New York at 18 to pursue what became a short-lived stint at Parson's School for Design in Manhattan.

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1965 Rolex Submariner Ad

1965 Rolex Submariner Ad

September 14th, 2010

Continuing with the fashion themed posts, we wanted to pay respect to a classic print ad from Rolex. Over 45 years old, the 1965 ad perfectly projects what a Rolex Submariner represents, both capturing yesterdays audience and even more so - today's.

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If The Devil Wore Prada

If The Devil Wore Prada

September 12th, 2010

This past weekend, some of the AD60 team headed north to do a little camping, but more on that later this week.  Right now, we wanted to take this opportunity to share a number of our favorite things across the web.

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LEGO Gets INKED

LEGO Gets INKED

July 28th, 2010

What better way to draw attention to ink than through a tattoo? Righteously, Pilot Pen thought of no other. The release of their most recent ad campaign showcases the precision of the brand’s Extrafine Pilot pen—using classic LEGO characters as the canvas.

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I Guess Sex Doesn’t Sell, As American Apparel Hits Hard Times

I Guess Sex Doesn’t Sell, As American Apparel Hits Hard Times

May 25th, 2010

Thirteen-year old brand, and Los Angeles based company American Apparel has hit rough times, with first-quarter operating losses of $17.6 million, putting its total debt to over $90 million. So, the question we ask as marketers, is how did a company that pretty much made it's name through porn driven advertising drop the ball when it came time to make money.

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