Wednesday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Innocean has unveiled a digital experience for Hyundai dubbed “The Elantra Driveway Decision Maker.” link

-San Francisco design studio Bonfire Labs has welcomed  Jonathan Keeton and Tom Leonard as ECD and director of business development, respectively.


-Director Bruce Hurwit has joined the roster of NYC-based prodco, Nola Pictures. link

-The summer interns from Brooklyn/SF digital agency Propane Studio have arguably come up with the best way to sum up an experience. link

-Coca-Cola is the first retail brand to pass the 50 million Facebook fan mark. link

-Honda and RPA unveil #FirstHonda, which introduces to the charming Tim Mings and the first Honda ever made for the US (above). link

-Speaking of said automaker, digital post/design company Ghost Town Media has nabbed two VMA nods for Linkin Park’s  “Burn it Down” clip promoting the Honda Civic tour. link

-Our old pal Rich Siegel tells us “the way advertising should be.” link

-New York-based production/post-production company humble signed director/DP Jerry Dugan for US representation.