Thursday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-Leo Burnett Milan created “The world’s first gourmet restaurant for flies” with La Mouche d’Or” to promote the Discovery Channel’s Kitchen Nightmares (video above).

Drake made a banner, so OOH will live forever, the end.

-Karmarama managing partner for innovation Lawrence Weber argues that “Agencies need to treat startups like partners, not production companies.”

-Netflix is searching for a media agency for special projects.

Jen “JJ” Henderson, regional director of technology at Cincinnati-based creative agency Possible, explains “How My Gender Transition Helped Create a Path for Future Agency Employees.”

Design firm Bulletproof redesigned the packaging and visual identity of Mondelēz International’s Swedish Fish.

BMB (formerly Beattie McGuinness Bungay) appointed Engine creative director Jules Chalkley as CCO

-Design shop Safari Sundays worked with Mangrove Estates to package its new rosé, The Drop, in four-packs of 12-ounce skinny cans. You know, to appeal to bros. You can call it brosé, if you’re into the whole portmanteau thing.