• Type Around Town: Jero

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    Beautiful type can be found in the most uncommon places, like this trucking company near 51st and Mingo. Photo submitted by Tina Fincher, Senior Art Director at Cubic, Inc.

    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.

  • Graphex 43 Awards Party

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    Art Directors Club of Tulsa has been on the hunt for the best new creative work in Tulsa. Tomorrow, they're sharing their spoils. The Graphex 43 Awards party will be at the IDL Ballroom tomorrow evening, awards show begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the event will be available until 6:30 p.m. tomorrow. Click here for more details.

  • The Forty Story

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    Pentagram shares 40 years of work through one man's life story. Love this unique way of sharing a "lifetime's" worth of reels.

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  • Parking Douche

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    Don't be a douche. And don't park like one either. Brilliant integrated media campaign. And a nicely designed promo.

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  • World's Longest Invoice

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    We've all experienced this to some degree or another. A client (or friend or relative) asks us to do some work. We do the work. Then somehow we never quite get paid... If this has happened to you, feel free to add your voice and your missing payment to The World's Longest Invoice. $16 million owed, and counting. Some of these stories are just sad, some make us really angry. Pay people for work you don't do yourself. It's a simple concept, truly.

  • Coupe Farts. Everyone Listens.

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    Recently, Boulder’s Coupe Studios challenged Egotist readers to pose sound questions via Twitter in preparation for their new “Ideas. Amplified.” campaign from gyro’s Denver office. The crowd-sourcing initiative launches today (you'll see it over there on the right) and features original animated soundscapes by Coupe, animated visuals by gyro AD and resident doodle maestro, Rob Lewis, and questions submitted by Egotist readers. Writer Ricky Lambert and ECD Cameron Day pitched in on the concept, along with Coupe’s multi-faceted sound designers and composers. Credit for the twittered questions appear in each banner. Tweet your question today for consideration in future banners — the weirder, the better.

  • Kevin Durant by Jeremy Charles

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    We've been here for a while, but we're announcing we are officially on the Thunder bandwagon. How can you not be when they keep playing like this? After last night's game, we thought it only fitting to feature these excellent portraits of Kevin Durant shot by one of Tulsa's finest photogs, Jeremy Charles. Excellent work, Jeremy. Although we're not sure who OK'd the Sharpie font for the KD headline. Really?


  • Agency Update

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    We always like to be in the know of who's in, who's out, and who's moving around Tulsa's creative agencies. Here's the scoop on some of the latest activity:

    Cubic Inc. and Libby & Co. Merge
    Via Cubic's blog: "Today, our vision for Cubic has led us to its next evolution. Cubic has merged with Libby & Co., a 3-year-old strategic branding firm with clients all over the U.S. The result is a better, more strategic creative agency with an even broader range of services. Our shared corporate cultures, vision and approach to strategic branding add additional depth, substance, innovation and creativity to what we will deliver to our clients. We believe the result will be exponentially better for you.

    Our company will retain the name Cubic, with four partners: Billy Kulkin, Jeff DeGarmo, Winston Peraza, and Libby Bender. On behalf of our talented team at Cubic, we want you to know that we are truly excited to be working together, and are looking forward to showing you why."

    Redhead Labs Relocates to Tulsa
    Press Release: "Specializing in e-commerce website development, Redhead designs, builds, and launches a dozen or more online stores each month for companies selling items ranging from jewelry and apparel to food products and kitchenware. Internationally recognized for its revenue-generating designs, Redhead is ranked #2 design partner for BigCommerce, the world’s fastest growing SAAS e-commerce platform.

    Redhead Labs is a creative web agency, serving e-commerce stores, corporate clients, small businesses, and non-profits from offices in Tulsa, OK. Redhead Labs is a top-rated e-commerce developer. Services include: branding, marketing consulting, e-commerce development, website design, internet marketing, search engine optimization, social building, and web application development." You can check out their website by clicking here.

    Have you got the scoop on what's going on around town? Drop us a line: tulsa@theegotist.com

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