• Olympic Brand Exclusion Zone

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    Be careful wearing that Nike t-shirt or carrying your Pepsi bottle into the Brand Exclusion Zone around London's Olympic Park. Olympic officials will be scouring anywhere cameras might be to rid the area of unofficial (read: not McDonald's or Coca Cola) advertising. Obviously this won't be entirely possible, and we're kind of excited to see who is going to break into the zone and conspicuously post their logos in protest (USA! USA! USA! Someone do it!). But they better watch out, the "branding police" are going to be out, who will "have the power to scour even the logos from toilets in the bathroom." These games are not just for the athletes.

  • International Distribution for The Rock 'n' Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher

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    Congratulations to director Justin Monroe and the rest of the talented cast and crew of The Rock 'n' Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher. This award-winning Oklahoma film and soundtrack were both released internationally by Gravitas Ventures and Velvet Blue Music, respectively.

    The Rock 'n' Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher is a quirky and endearing comedy that tells the story of the awkward and mostly untalented Duncan Christopher, who, after an early mid-life crisis, moves to the big city of Tulsa to pursue his rock ‘n’ roll dreams and face his demons in the brutal underground world of competitive karaoke.

    “It was our dream to shine a light on Oklahoma, to reveal the beauty and heart of this place,” said Justin. “When we left Hollywood to come back home, we hoped to create a unique, heartful, and infectiously fun movie that could communicate across a wide demographic, across social-economic borders, and across oceans. Finally being at this moment, where companies as significant as Gravitas and Velvet Blue are releasing your film and soundtrack to the world on one day and then iTunes is singly promoting you on another day - well, it’s pretty amazing to say the least. Honestly, it’s a dream come true!”

  • 100 Years of Paramount Icons

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    Paramount Pictures celebrates 100 years of iconic films with what else - icons. We love it. Can you name all 100?

  • Best Thunder Designs

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    Did you watch the game last night? We were definitely Thundering Up, and we want to know who else is Thundering with us. We want to showcase some of the most creative and well-executed Thunder designs. T-shirts, Facebook cover photos, posters, etc. Send us a photo or a link: tulsa@theegotist.com

    Here are a few ways OKC agencies are showing their team spirit:

    Photos via The OKC Egotist

  • Wes Anderson Film Color Palette

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    Tulsa is still waiting for it's turn to watch Wes Anderson's latest film, Moonrise Kingdom (that "Coming Soon" teaser poster at AMC is not cutting it). If this photo is any indication, we will love just as much as Anderson's other films.

  • Type Around Town: Lolli and Pops

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    This week's Type Around Town comes from BlueView's Matt Reiswig. Beautiful hand-scribed chalk under glass on display at Lolli and Pops candy store in Woodland Hills Mall.

    Snap a photo of typography around Tulsa and send it to tulsa@theegotist.com. Include the location and your name and/or company, and we'll be sure to link to your profile or your company's website.

  • Dwelling Spaces Celebrates the Oklahoman of the Year

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    Dwelling Spaces is throwing an awesome party this Wednesday to celebrate Mary Beth Babcock's Oklahoman of the Year award. Featuring the music of JD McPherson and Broncho, this show is not to be missed. Tickets are available at Cain's box office and Dwelling Spaces, $19 in advance, $22 at the door. All proceeds will benefits Robots on 66, a Route 66 art-inspired beautification project. Get out and enjoy some local music and celebrate one of Tulsa's creative geniuses!

  • The World's First and Only Completely Honest Resume of a Graphic Designer

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    Oh McSweeney's, how we love thee. Click on the image below to continue reading this awesome resume on McSweeney's.


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