Monday Odds and Ends

By Patrick Coffee Comment

-Arnold Worldwide won an Emmy for 2013 spot “Behind the B” from the Boston/New England chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences this weekend. link

-The Minnesota Timberwolves signed Little, a Minneapolis design agency, to develop a new brand platform and “refresh” the team experience for fans.

-TY KU Sake appointed Circus Maximus as its marketing AOR to handle all strategy and creative direction. The move reunites SVEDKA Vodka founder/TY ED Guillaume Cuvelier with Circus Maximus co-founder Doug Cameron, who developed the SVEDKA GIRL campaign.

-Nice Shoes opened a new “creative studio” in its New York office to be run by executive producer Geraint Owen. link

-Creative Director/Partner Gary Nueman launched Engine, a new “virtual film” production studio. Nueman has worked with GS&P, Saatchi & Saatchi and more. link

-Editor Dave Anderson joined New York’s Arcade Edit. Anderson specializes in comedy and served at Mackenzie Cutler for more than a decade before the Arcade fire.  link