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    Check out the latest updates to a>m's website.

  • Prodigi Arts Unveils New Website, Message

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    Memphis-based creative production agency Prodigi Arts has a new logo, website, staff and central message.

    The business is expanding its digital repertoire to include photo manipulation, live-action animation and stop-motion. It was founded in 2008 with a goal of bringing the animation industry to Memphis.

    Recent additions to the team have included graduates of the Memphis College of Art and the Savannah College of Art and Design. They have backgrounds and skills in animation as well as in illustration, photography and painting, adding to the new digital services that Prodigi Arts will begin offering to its clients.

    Prodigi Arts also has a redesigned website that displays news, blog entries and past projects in a more visually appealing layout that is easier for users to navigate.

    via Memphis Daily News

  • #memphisshared - Submit Your Photos

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    This fall the Brooks will host a special exhibition titled, Shared Vision: The Sondra Gilman and Celso Gonzalas-Falla Collection of Photography. The exhibition comprises important works by leading photographers that represent the rich and diverse nature of the past one hundred years of photography. The Brooks seeks to involve the local community in adding a contemporary chapter to the exhibition that represents mobile photography. Today, advanced technology and photo-sharing apps have blurred the line between professional and amateur photographers. The Brooks is interested in bringing together a body of work that reflects that. Have you ever created a photo with Instagram and thought it was good enough to show in a gallery? Whether you are a professional photographer or simply a creative at heart, take a look at your Instagram feed and submit your best work. New photos or old favorites, anything goes. Find out how to submit your photos HERE.

  • Oden Launches New Site

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    Created using responsive web design, the site is equally easy to navigate whether you’re on a desktop, tablet, or smartphone. See for yourself at oden.com

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  • DCA Staff Join Memphis Chapter of American Advertising Federation

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    The American Advertising Federation, Memphis, the nation's oldest national advertising trade association and the only association representing all facets of the advertising industry, elected at its June meeting who will serve during the 2013-2014 year, beginning July 1 through June 30, 2014.

    Special congratulations to two members of the doug carpenter & associates team who have joined the chapter's board of directors: Andrea Wiley, Director of Account Management, and Wilder Hubbard, Director of Creative Implementation. Andrea will serve as 3rd Vice President while Wilder is a member at large.

    Other officers include Penelope Huston, Group Advertising Director, Contemporary Media, is the new President; Blaine Loyd, Associate Creative Director, Red Deluxe, is the new 1st Vice President; Christie Rutherford, System Marketing Coordinator, Baptist Memorial HealthCare Corporation, will serve as 2nd Vice President

    Other new and returning AAF Board officers and board members are Grace Fong, Skyline Exhibits Mid South; Amy Goff, C Spire Wireless; Michael Helminski, Clear Channel Outdoor; Natalie Lefkowitz, AdLib Specialty; Mary Anne McCraw, Baptist Women’s Health; Michael Nunn, Second to Nunn Design; Liza Routh, inferno; Jen Swearengen, Elvis Presley Enterprises; Wesley Tilmon, First Tennessee; Bob Vornbrock, Sullivan Branding; and Glenna Rogers Ward, Entercom.

    As published by Anna Cox on MBQMemphis.com

  • Inferno Rolls Out "Come Play" Campaign for FedEx St. Jude Classic

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    The most party-centered, Memphis-loving, something-for-everyone campaign inferno developed this year. Check out the full campaign HERE.

  • Ads for Pittsburgh's Warhol Museum Wish You a Very Uncomfortable Summer

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    Up for a hot-dog bun full of worms? A pair of firecracker Speedos? How about a skewer through the nipple? You can get them all at Pittsburgh's Warhol Museum —in its summer 2013 ad campaign from MARC USA. The new work features traditional summertime imagery retooled to be more provocative, in keeping with much of the Warhol Museum's collection itself. (In fact, the ads are tame by comparison—which is just as well, since they need to get people in the door, not running from it.) "Summer's Different Here," says the copy on the vintage-postcard-style ads, which promote summer exhibitions spotlighting the work of three artists—musician and visual artist Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, photographer Caldwell Linker and sculptor/tattoo artist Nick Bubash. "In looking at what unites all these very different artists, we quickly understood that their works are meant to provoke and make you uncomfortable," says creative director Josh Blasingame. "Our campaign built on that idea by looking at ordinary icons of summer and showing how they could be made more than a little uncomfortable." The campaign, running June through September, includes outdoor, print ads, digital banners and actual postcards. Check out the rest of the ads HERE

    Via Tim Nudd, Adweek

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