Target has done a great job promoting their partnership with Neiman Marcus for the past couple of months. First of all, the collections are so luxurious and wonderful, and the print ads are so stark, but clean. Here’s the link for the new collections, so go eat your heart out fashionistas!
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So, the last agency I visited was Code and Theory. I WAS SO BLOWN AWAY. It is everything I want to do and be wrapped up in a little agency located in NYC and San Francisco. They mainly have fashion, publishing, and consumer clients. Michael Martin and Kelly Meyers took us through their campaign of DuJour, a luxury magazine. The case study video is attached, so please give it a watch!
This is their website. It will rock your socks off. Guaranteed. I’m such a geek.
During my NYC trip, I visited BBDO, where to my surprise, a lot of UNL alumn work! I had no idea. But, on to more important matters: I met amazing people, with amazing careers, and it inspired me to keep on working in the advertising industry where the creativity keeps on flowing.
BBDO New York produced this gem of a video, you’ll probably recognize it!
I would just like to brag about the fact that I got the chance to visit the amazing advertising agency, Tribal DDB NYC, that created this 2011 Superbowl commercial and talk to the account executive, Jon Kovalcik.
Tribal DDB literally blew my mind. Their motto is: “Bringing humanity to the digital age” which is incredibly relevant to the art of advertising. To make people emotionally moved about concrete items is difficult, but Tribal DDB do it with such ease.
I also had the chance to meet Seth Friedman, an account planner, who’s mind works in incredibly ways, along with Leanne Prewitt and Ryan Sorensen, both creatives who graduated from UNL! Go Huskers!
Here’s their website to get a better look about Tribal DDB