Monday Odds and Ends

By Patrick Coffee 

-The creatives at Walton Isaacson would like you to consider an alternate ticket in 2016: Murray/Vedder, as in Bill Murray and Eddie Vedder. #ReverseTheCurse!

-Are you “Anybody who isn’t one of the 100 biggest stars today?” If you answered yes, then you might want to check out #VaynerTalent and learn how to sell yourself the Gary Vee way for the low, low price of $25K per month.

-Art director Dídima Arrieta Martínez and copywriter Dan Ahern created “Trumping Ship,” a site that helps find a new home for those who plan to leave the U.S. if The Donald manages to pull this one off.

Mark Shapiro and Ioris Francini were promoted to co-presidents of WME|IMG, or the company that owns 49% of Droga5.

-New York branding firm Sullivan created a graphic tracing the long, convoluted process of launching a new website.

-Schafer Condon Carter talked to Adweek about the challenges of marketing the Chicago Cubs before they were world champs.

-Pretty much every agency person tells LBB Online that brands should get involved in politics. We don’t know that we agree.

-Former Havas head of digital trading Scott Moorhead launched a new consultancy specifically created to deal with the “lack of trust” between clients and their agencies.