Wednesday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Digital Kitchen Seattle gives us the “Protobooth,” which is a three-frame animated GIF booth that uses the services of three, connected Canon 5D MK IIs. link

-JCPenney says “enough is enough” in Mother’s first campaign for the retailer (above), which also includes outdoor components like a “No-Meter” in NYC’s Herald Square. Here’s a hint as to what this all means.


-R/GA and Google alum Zach Newcomb joined up with Rokkan in the newly created position of executive account director.

-Bi-coastal/London-based prodco Epoch Films signed director Martin Aamund for U.S. representation.

-Kristian Baek-Mikkelsen, who was based in MEC Copenhagen, has now moved to NYC to take on the title of senior partner of engagement planning at the agency.

-Starbucks throws its support behind gay marriage. link

-Have you checked out Redscout’s new site yet? link

-Reminder, kids: The 2012 NYF International Advertising Awards’ call for entries deadline is fast approaching. link