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Evander’s Ear

Great spot for Foot Locker.

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Lessons in Sport

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Check out this great tumblr blog featuring minimalist designs depicting famous sports figures and what they’re known for. It’s called Lessons in Sports, and it’s pretty entertaining. The blog’s mastermind is illustrator Andrew Janik, and he explains that it’s a project he concocted that combined his love of sports and his love of simple illustration. Oh, and if you didn’t guess, the pieces we featured go as follows: Jose Canseco, Bob Knight, Howard Cosell, Patrick Ewing and Doc Gooden/Daryl Strawberry.

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I’d Hang This On My Dorm Room Wall

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Bob Marley died of cancer at age 36. If cancer wasn’t such an asshole, college kids across America would be enjoying his new music–instead of listening to Legend on repeat. And, instead of hanging this poster, they’d hang one that looked like this. Because this is what Bob Marley would look like today!

These portraits come courtesy of Sachs Media who created a series of digital portraits showing us what some of history’s greatest musicians would have looked like if they hadn’t died young. See the whole series here. 

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No, That’s Not Daniel Day-Lewis

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That’s actually Honest Abe in color! Sanna Dullaway is a Swedish retoucher who specializes in colorizing old black & white photos. To show off her skills, she decided to add color to some of history’s most recognizable photos. See the whole amazing collection here.

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New Dylan Video

Really sweet new video for the Dylan tune “Like a rolling stone.” Flip through the 16 channels and see the video on each of them. The video is timed with the release of The Complete Album Collection, Vol. 1, a massive new Dylan box set. Via The Denver Egotist.

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Toilets On Toilet Day

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Seeing as how today is world toilet day, it’s a fitting time to unveil some new work. The assignment was to raise awareness that Denver Water is offering $75 rebates to encourage people to switch to high-efficiency toilets. To promote these rebates, we created long copy bus shelter ads. To make sure people actually read them, we installed toilets right in front of the ads, because we all know toilets and reading are BFFs.

 

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Friday Wisdom

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From the talented James Victore. Have a great weekend, folks.

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Stay together

This is a really cool spot for Skype. The fact that these two girls have so much in common and have become such great friends via Skype makes for a no-brainer of a great spot. Warning: this thing will pull at your heart strings.

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Street artist Daan Botlek seems to know how advertising creatives feel

DaanStreet artist and illustrator Daan Botlek is based in Rotterdam, Netherlands, and it almost seems like he gets the game we creatives go through on a daily basis, searching for a fresh insight. We often must shed our preconceived notions and look deep within ourselves, or others, to get to that one great idea that really sings. And sometimes getting there feels like you’ve been flattened by a rock.

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The beauty of elderly animals

The photographer Isa Leshko undertook a long-term project photographing elderly animals. She became open to what these animals offer after a long experience of caring for her own elderly parents. Now, these photos comprise a traveling exhibition that has already generated an outpouring of response from viewers. You can see them from November 7 through January 11 at Corden Potts Gallery in San Francisco.

In her own words:

“Photographing geriatric animals enables me to immerse myself in my fear of growing old. I have come to realize that these images are self-portraits. Or at the very least, they are manifestations of my fears and hopes about what I will be like when I am old.”

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