Thursday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-M&C Saatchi unveiled new work for the San Diego Zoo Safari Park (above).

-London design firm Digit has joined forces with WPP’s The Brand Union to create a “new agency construct.” link

-New York/San Francisco-based prodco Bodega signed director Andreas Link for U.S. commercial representation.

-Draftfcb New York confirms that HR staffers Nicole Hall and Kristine Kustra are both leaving the agency for “better opportunities” and that their departures are “amicable.” What we know so far is that Hall is leaving for Edelman.

-Louis C.K. proclaims on Twitter that he sold $4.5 million in tickets in 45 hours to his shows all by his lonesome. link

-Vibrant Media hired JWT/Saatchi & Saatchi alum John Haskin as VP of marketing. link

-Gothamist got punked by DDB’s “Ethel’s Brew” campaign, and doesn’t seem too happy about it. link

-The 2012 London International Awards extended its deadline to Friday,  July 13, with judging set to commence in Vegas in September. link