• 14 New #STLJobs, 29 Total

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    14 new full-time, freelance and internship jobs posted in the past month, with 29 total on the list. Log in as a member to see the latest. Post your jobs here to tap into the best local talent.

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    [Internship] Marketing Intern - Red Brick Management, St. Louis

    [Full-Time] Account Supervisor - New Honor Society, Saint Louis

    [Internship] Summer Graphic Designer / Art Director Internship - Gorilla 76

    [Internship] Summer Content Writer / Copywriter Internship - Gorilla 76

    [Internship] Intern - 2e Creative, St. Louis, Missouri

    [Full-Time] Account Coordinator/Assistant Account Manager - Paradowski Creative

    [Full-Time] Producer - Fedele Studio, St. Louis

    [Full-Time] Web Developer- H&L Partners, Saint Louis

    [Full-Time] Creative Services Manager - Wee Ones, St. Louis, MO

    [Full-Time] Art Director - Kuhl Swaine, St. Louis, MO

    [*Full-Time*] Senior Editor - 90 Degrees West, St. Louis

    [*Full-Time*] Director of Interactive - GROUP360 Worldwide, St. Louis

    [Full-Time] Creative Director - Design - GROUP360 Worldwide, St. Louis

    [Full-Time] Front End Developer - Spoke Marketing, 3145 Locust St.

  • Battle of the Agency Bands Returns: #AdStock2014 Submissions Open - Presented by @AntidoteSTL

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    The Battle of the Agency Bands is back! Antidote is pleased to present ADSTOCK 2014 this June from the streets of downtown St. Louis. Exact date and ticket info to be announced soon, but why wait to start rehearsing? There are only a few spots available on the bill, so dust off those amps and get rockin’. Any and all genres are welcome!

    Those interested in performing should e-mail: michael@antidoteSTL.com

  • Terry Crews Returns to Old Spice, Nutty as Ever

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    Vocal cord burnout on this one.

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  • Bigger Than Life: First Documented Drone Footage in Alaska's Ice Caves - @FireLightFilms

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    Pretty peaceful way to start the week. Press play, get cozy and watch some beauty.

    This Bigger Than Life - Ice Caves segment is the first documented drone flight through ice caves. This was 100% shot with the GoPro HERO3+ Black Edition on the DSLR Pros DJI Phantom in Alaska.

  • Knife & Flag Survival Union Launch Campaign - @BoxingCleverSTL & @BCummingsPhoto

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    Every once in a while, a project comes along that we really look forward to showcasing. A project that displays the work of talented creatives employing various skillsets into an array of mediums that just seem to work perfectly. This time around, it's a full-scale campaign for the launch of local company Knife & Flag Survival Union; a new apparel outfit that makes some of the most badass work aprons we never knew existed. Think: Hostel (the movie) meets Dungarees.

    Apparently we're not alone in our praise of this campaign; it recently won "Best of Show" at the Addy awards last month.

    Here's Jake Houvenagel from Boxing Clever with a run-down of how this project came to be: "An uber smart dude once said that need is the mother of invention. The creator of Knife & Flag, a seasoned and extraordinarily talented tattoo artist, identified a need for an apron built for independent craftsmen like himself; one with function beyond that of a normal apron (pockets, weight distribution, split leg features) but with style.

    From that need, Knife & Flag: Survival Union was born. Handmade aprons, crafted with durable, quality materials and an attention to detail unlike anything else on the market, are just the beginning for this brand.

    And with that came more needs. Namely, branding, an e-commerce website from which to sell the aprons, print and online advertising to help sell them and pretty pictures and videos to showcase the unique features of the aprons.

    One call to Boxing Clever and bam! Boomsauce. Done.

    Post launch, six apron styles sold out. The idea to open a brick and mortar storefront inspired a Kickstarter campaign that we were more than pumped to help create. More boomsauce, hold the fries.

    The project also employed the capable eye of photographer Brian Cummings, who gave us a little bit more background on the exact attitude and tone that he and Jake were trying to communicate.

    The look and feel of the campaign needed to be couture meets grease monkey. The goal was to make the silhouette of the form - pop off a grungy, grimy surface. Much to our good luck, our studio has a massive back warehouse that looks like something from "The Walking Dead". This provided an excellent set to shoot the campaign. Over two sweltering days in August, we shot content for print, web and motion. The quickly decaying hogshead smelled as good as it looked.




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  • Lunch Break Video: Southwest's New "Loyalty Goes Both Ways" Campaign

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    "Southwest's New 'Loyalty Goes Both Ways' Campaign" The Onion

  • What if a Killer Robot was Your Best Friend?

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    Heat created a new spot for Xbox One's exclusive video game Titanfall. The ad “Shadow,” imagines what it would be like to constantly be shadowed by a 25-foot Titan that obeys your every command. The spot attempts “to capture the ear-to-ear grinning invincibility you feel when you first climb into your very own Titan and start dominating the world.” While there’s nothing new about Heat’s approach, they struck a balance between live action and gameplay footage that a lot of similarly minded ads seem to miss.

    "Shadow" Titanfall - Heat

  • Font Men - Documentary on Jonathan Hoefler & Tobias Frere-Jones @H_FJ

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    Yep. We're totally going to geek out all over this one.

    You may not have heard of Jonathan Hoefler or Tobias Frere-Jones but you've seen their work. Before their recent split, they collectively ran the most successful and well respected type design studio in the world, creating fonts used by everyone from the Wall Street Journal to the President of the United States.

    Font Men, gives a peek behind the curtain into the world of Jonathan and Tobias. Tracking the history of their personal trajectories, sharing the forces that brought them together and giving an exclusive look at the successful empire they built together.

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