Monday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

-Kiwanis International launched the OOH campaign “Airport Hopscotch” for its centennial celebration (video above).

-Splice added VFX artist Ryan Markley to its roster.

-CreativeReview talks with Anthony Burrill about his Google Beach design in Cannes.

-Tinder co-founder Sean Rad says,”We need to balance the transparency-privacy issue.”

-Adweek Explores “How Jessica Walsh and Gerry Graf Turn Data Into Art in Their Advertising.”

-Digital agency Siteworx hired Brian Gluckman as principal, strategy.

-Bloomberg Business claims “TV’s ‘Golden Age’ Won’t Last Because You’re Not Watching Enough.”

-The Wall Street Journal examines anonymous networks in the workplace, decides they’re a good thing.

-Cavalry colleagues Dylan Krenka, Dave Fox and Tony Pawela collaborated with Eric Mayse of ViTRO and Rob Coby on the “Drought Day” project, which scored quite a bit of media coverage.

Adam Kohr of Flavor plans to walk 645 miles to raise awareness of Mitochondrial Myopathy and to help pay his brother’s medical bills.