Friday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

-Adidas has launched an “NBA Swingman” campaign promoting its revamped NBA jersey design (video above).

-New York’s SS+K hired Anthony DeBery as head of creative services. DeBery, who recently played the same role at Saatchi & Saatchi, will be responsible for the hiring, management and allocation of the 60+ person agency’s creative talent.

-The Sweet Shop announced the addition of Tore Frandsen to its directorial roster.

-A group of female creatives at Duncan/Channon who were inspired by the 3% movement has launched a new website, thatswhat3said.com.

-Dieste Inc. celebrates Halloween with Día de Muertos versions of advertising icons.

-LeBron James stars in sponsored social campaign for Progressive.

-Check out this week’s must-see digital marketing stats.

-Five charts explain “Why people don’t like your brand on Twitter.”

-JWT Brazil, Mobilize and Mauricio Arruda Design teamed up to create Political Furniture, “A project to turn illegal political advertising into something nice for the population.”

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