Thursday Stir

By Kyle O'Brien 

-Hub Strategy and Communication has been working with Stanford Medicine Children’s Health for nearly seven years, and the latest version of its long-running campaign continues to use the brand’s established colorful sets, simple animation overlays, crisp design and lighthearted humor. It focuses on the fact that SMCH pediatricians are not just limited to Palo Alto, but are accessible all across the Bay Area.

-A regional Super Bowl campaign for new streaming local service Zeam features John Stamos getting hyper local with numerous TV markets.


-See all the latest regional Super Bowl ads in ADWEEK’s roundup.

-More campaigns have been added to ADWEEK’s Super Bowl activations roundup as well.

-Verizon released a Super Bowl teaser featuring Tony Hale squeezing lemons suggesting a potential appearance from Beyoncé.

-In a 30-second Super Bowl spot created by Digitas Chicago, the plain Nerds Gummy recreates an iconic dance scene from the film Flashdance.

-Joan Creative has rebranded again, which makes twice in seven years. Starting with the logo, the new design draws inspiration from the Joan sword, paying homage to Joan of Arc and the origin behind the agency name. The new design system, developed in house, is an architectural frame the company can continue its global expansion from.

Joan Creative has rebranded.