• Who has your vote?

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    Not to get all political but...

  • Pilot Studio

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    Recently we got turned on to Pilot Studio. (Were we in the dark?) They're a local shop in town who creates world-class visuals for brands and entertainment properties.

    Apparently, they just launched a new illustration section on their site. Which is where we found the image below. Which is rad.

  • What I Learned This Year: Adam Larson

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    We asked the most respected creative visionaries in Boston to create a piece, entitled "What I Learned This Year."

    Here's a nice piece from Adam Larson, founder of Adam&Co. It's called, "All that's good is born from dreams." Dig it.

  • Vote for the 2010 Boston Agency of the Year

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    After another odd year in this industry, which saw inclines, declines and flat lines, we proudly present our first annual 2010 Boston Agency of the Year poll. Our criteria for the most deserving agency is as follows. Feel free to add your own when you cast your vote.

    1 – Authenticity, creativity and consistency of output.
    2 – Success in retaining clients and winning new business.
    3 – Strength of billings.

    VOTE HERE.

  • Get Flurrious

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    Here's something pretty rad from Digitas.

    Check out Flurrious. Visit the site, design your own snowflake and let it snow. For every new snowflake created and shared, they'll donate $1 to Make-A-Wish Foundation International, for up to $10,000.

    Share the holiday love.

  • Santa Tweets, a&g Follows

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    a&g has set up a site to track Santa. Both on a map and on Twitter.

    Santa tweets: "3,244,987. That’s how many Shake Weights my elves have to make this year." Good stuff.

  • The ism Resolutionizer

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    Don't waste another New Year's resolution on some weak-ass promise. The folks over at ism have developed The Resolutionizer to provide you with a resolution that's truly worth your time.

    It just told us that we will, "Build something with Alan Alda for a parade." Sure?

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