I wasn’t planning on posting anything Halloween-themed today, but Krzysztof Komeda‘s music for the opening sequence of Roman Polanski’s “Fearless Vampire Killers” is too good to pass up.
Undoubtedly this is the funniest on hold message we’ve ever been lucky enough to produce. Our friends at Third Degree Advertising wrote this script and we consider it to be audio goodness of the highest caliber. Highlights include: “Webinars,” “clip on ties,” and an amazingly un-francophonic definition of “double-entendre.” Listen to “Putting the ‘Fun’ In[…]
More press hit the newsstands this week about our favorite rapping grandmother, EZ Mabel. Check out Nate Hinkel’s story for Arkansas Business about our award nomination. Thanks Nate!
In case you were wondering, there is an actual canine named Lucky in our life. He’s small and scrappy and sometimes he comes and hangs out in the studio. He likes to bark and he has a very funny walk. Actually it’s a prance. As for breed, he’s a mix: part terrier and part polecat.[…]
It is ‘difficult” for me to fully “elucidate” how much I “enjoy” the “Blog” of “Unneccessary” Quotation Marks, even though recent posts haven’t been as “entertaining” as previous others (i.e. “congrats,” “over there on the sloppy pile,” “Actually Boring,” “no, really, we voted,” or “or ‘donate’”). Thanks “little” brother!
Great concept, great script — what’s not to love about this spot we produced last week for BLAM! Listen to “Thesaurus“
Ever wonder how they made this Kevin Garnett Adidas advertisement? OK.
Word is getting out about EZ Mabel’s road to the E.A.R. awards. Here’s the Arkansas Times awesome take on our big news!
Here’s an interesting first person narrative, David Byrne riding his bicycle through NYC: Link to Quicktime Video. Via MeFi
Reporter questions senator about disastrous oil spill. Hilarious dialog ensues. Thanks Bubb!
Oh how I loves Web Goodness. I also loves the trumpet. And the outfit. And the choreography. I loves it all. Thanks Brandon!
It’s not work of ours, but we love it. Based on the spelling, I assume it’s an ad from across the pond.
Wanna write a fugue? Well, here’s a little anatomy lesson. Don’t worry. No need to be intimidated by all that technical jargon. With the modern day wonders of the internets (read YouTube), you can learn how to fugue from either Glenn Gould or Danny Pi. Next question: what’s your theme? Don’t know? Need a little[…]