There's a Chris Van Dusen book that my kids love called I Built a House, in which a boy sketches his wild and futuristic dream home, which includes an underwater room, a car-racing room, a zero-gravity room and a room with jets that detaches and flies around the neighborhood.
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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has named Goodby Silverstein & Partners as the new lead agency on its largest brand, Chrysler. A company spokesperson confirmed that GS&P will be agency of record for the Chrysler brand moving forward but declined to elaborate on the relationship.
California's Bay Area—home to nine counties, from Alameda to San Francisco—has always been an enclave of diversity, both in terms of ethnicity and cost of living. But thanks to Silicon Valley, median household income has skyrocketed to $153,057—about five times more than families who live below the poverty line, which clocks in at about $24,300.
We asked the co-founder and co-chairman of Goodby Silverstein & Partners to name his three favorite ads of all time, and fill us in on the cool work that GS&P has been doing lately.
Tienes tequila? Jeff Goodby may be best known as the guy who dreamed up "Got milk?"—one of the truly legendary advertising taglines of all time. But lately he's been obsessed with a very different kind of beverage.
Goodby Silverstein & Partners has hired veteran marketing executive Julia Mee as its first chief marketing officer. Mee joins the Omnicom shop in San Francisco after working with the GS&P team for 15 years on the client side, while serving in various global advertising and media roles at Cisco, HP and Yahoo.
Adobe always likes to unveil a comical new spot for Advertising Week. This year is no exception, and this time we get a James Bond-style spot in which a secret agent easily handles almost everything that's thrown at him—but is completely undone by some bad customer service.
The founders of Goodby Silverstein & Partners want Americans to think about what a Donald Trump presidency would mean in the context of America's history, specifically its greatest accomplishments.
Don't lose business because you're still using tedious pen-and-paper legal instruments, says a new ad from Adobe.
San Francisco's Goodby Silverstein & Partners promoted several longtime staffers in a move that effectively restructures the agency's leadership.