Here's an absurd but cuttingly appropriate introduction to life at Wieden +Kennedy, as featured in a recent episode of IFC's Portlandia. (Sorry to say, we haven't been watching, so thanks to PSFK for bringing the clip to our attention.) If the satire of creative agency life seems uncannily spot-on, that might be because the sketch's advertising newcomer, Julia, is written and played by former Sleater-Kinney guitarist and W+K alumna Carrie Brownstein. She's obviously a woman who knows where the agency's bodies are buried. Or at least how to find the staircase.
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