AICP: WTF & Associates

The annual AICP Show and its Next Awards are issuing a call for entries by portraying a day in the life of W.T.F. & Associates, a fictional agency whose site touts meeting rooms, a chatty receptionist and various forms of artistic inspiration

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The annual AICP Show and its Next Awards are issuing a call for entries by portraying a day in the life of W.T.F. & Associates, a fictional agency whose site touts meeting rooms, a chatty receptionist and various forms of artistic inspiration.

Along with the opportunity to submit entries, creatives can order a limited edition t-shirt that depicts a Warhol-flavored Chairman Mao image. Additionally, they can join "meetings" that feature animated videos showing artists like Pablo Picasso and Jean-Michel Basquiat running up against the challenges of creating ad art, connect to their Wikipedia sites and view print ads from the AICP campaign.
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Date
Jan 13, 2009
Client:
AICP
Agency:
VCU Brandcenter
Copywriter:
Holly Hessler
Copywriter:
Tristan Smith
Art Director:
Raquel Gimenez
Art Director:
Chuck McQuilkin
Director:
Rick Boyko
Animation:
Imaginary Forces
Art Director (Imaginary Forces):
Grant Lau
Technical Director:
Eric Mason
Producer:
Jamey Kitchens
Producer:
Courtney Graham
Animator:
Jennifer Lee
Animator:
Eric Mason
Animator:
Chris Kepka
Animator:
Grant Lau
Editor:
Danielle White
Audio Post Production/Sound Design:
Color
Mixer:
Kevin Halpin
Executive Producer (Audio Post/Sound Design):
Jeff Rosner
Audio Post Producer:
Evan Schultz
Web Design:
Istros Media Corporation
Web Designer:
Effie Samios
Web Designer:
Ilya Startsev
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