Tuesday Odds and Ends

By Patrick Coffee 

-Union of Toronto created “Cannescellation,” a Google Chrome extension designed to remove all mentions of the festival from your Twitter feed (because everyone uses Twitter on a desktop browser, DUH).

Neil Lopez and Steve Torres of JWT New York created a tumblr filled with shirtless advertising professionals. They called it “adbods,” of course.

-THE STUDIO NYC created a digital “coloring book” for Cannes, which they’re promoting with the hashtag #ColorCannes.


-In case you still think Brazilians rule advertising, We Are Social created a “Cannesogram” to map Cannes wins over the past decade.

-Monster.com and AOR BBDO parted ways after eight years. Both parties say the decision was mutual.

-Richmond, Virginia’s Circle S Studio named David Neale (formerly of Siddall, Y&R and Phillips Ramsey) as its VP/creative director.

-The Marketing Store hired Michael Jenneman, formerly of Team Detroit, as VP of strategy.

-A bunch of Philadelphia-based agencies placed (nicely!) with each other in the sand at Agency Field Day. Then they made a website.

-Every day is “Bring Your Dog to Work Day” at LOOMIS in Dallas (which shared some pictures to prove it).