Oh Sanford… you had me at uni-ball

As a fan of USA Network’s series, “Suits” I chuckled during a recent episode when Louis Litt practically had a meltdown over the fact that Pearson Darby no longer supplied uni-ball pens. This resonated with me on many levels. While

Oh Sanford… you had me at uni-ball

As a fan of USA Network’s series, “Suits” I chuckled during a recent episode when Louis Litt practically had a meltdown over the fact that Pearson Darby no longer supplied uni-ball pens. This resonated with me on many levels. While

It’s In the Bag

With the growing demand of environmentally consciousness sentiments, disposable plastic bags have fallen out of favor. Grocery and other reusable totes (which I will call “shopping bags” from here on out) have proliferated, which can be considered a win, not

It’s In the Bag

With the growing demand of environmentally consciousness sentiments, disposable plastic bags have fallen out of favor. Grocery and other reusable totes (which I will call “shopping bags” from here on out) have proliferated, which can be considered a win, not

Band-Ads

Recently, AdAge® covered some clever ways in which A&E®’s acclaimed series, “Duck Dynasty®” merchandising has proven successful. In particular, Walmart® carries many “Duck Dynasty” branded items, including antibacterial bandages. Given the show’s success, it may come to no surprise that

Band-Ads

Recently, AdAge® covered some clever ways in which A&E®’s acclaimed series, “Duck Dynasty®” merchandising has proven successful. In particular, Walmart® carries many “Duck Dynasty” branded items, including antibacterial bandages. Given the show’s success, it may come to no surprise that

The Blue Umbrella

If you‘ve seen Disney Pixar’s blockbuster, Monsters University, then you also got the added benefit of seeing the short film, The Blue Umbrella. Created by animator Saschka Unseld, AdAge discusses how through this film, Pixar deviates from its usual forms of animation into the realm of photorealism.

The Blue Umbrella

If you‘ve seen Disney Pixar’s blockbuster, Monsters University, then you also got the added benefit of seeing the short film, The Blue Umbrella. Created by animator Saschka Unseld, AdAge discusses how through this film, Pixar deviates from its usual forms of animation into the realm of photorealism.