-For some end of day fun, let’s go behind the scenes of 72andSunny’s epic spot promoting Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 in a clip (above) that features commentary from 72 CEO Glenn Cole, Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg, director Guy Ritchie and those YouTube sensations.
-Samsung’s Facebook ad buy for the Galaxy S III appears to have paid off in spades. link
-James Lima, founder/creative director of L.A.-based prodco/design studio, Shiny New TV, has designed the first-ever (and free) official iPad app for fashion house, Prada. link
– Bicoastal/London-based Park Pictures signed director/designer/photographer Vincent Haycock to its roster for U.S. commercial representation.
-So, how can agencies “hack culture for brand insights?” link
-Oh, snap. W+K intercepted Oreo’s upcoming Super Bowl spot from Draftfcb, though the latter will remain the brand’s AOR. link
-Apple’s map debacle has led to another head rolling. link
-Sorry, Dunkin Donuts, you can’t trademark the phrase, “Best Coffee in America.” link
-London-based digital marketing agency, Metia, appointed Andrew Martin as president and promoted J. Paul Anderson to regional VP of its Seattle operations.