Tuesday Morning Stir

By Patrick Coffee Comment

-Leo Burnett Chicago and Visionworks teamed up to take on the Council for Eye Care Complexity in this new campaign.

-According to this long-form report from Politico, Ogilvy’s most controversial client, Customs and Border Protection, has a history of problems over its 16-year lifespan.

-GameStop hired R/GA to work on the in-store experience.

-Accenture has been tasked with enhancing the digital experience at The Louvre. No word on whether this work will include redesigning its website.

-Analysts debate whether the increasing appearance of drag queens in big campaigns is another form of “pinkwashing.”

-Sonic logos are real: AT&T and MasterCard are among the brands trying to develop signature sounds.

-Speaking of sound, here’s a look at agency Interesting Development’s project adding noise to works of art.

-How does the Pharma industry keep beating popular plans to regulate its business and marketing efforts? Lobbyists!

-Production company Superprime signed director Sam Taylor-Johnson (50 Shades of Grey) to its roster.

-Hey Wonderful signed comedy director Craig Brownrigg, who has helmed ads for Amazon, Axos, and McDonald’s.

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