UAAL 3/1: Rock Out!

Inspired by last night’s stellar Radiohead show at Tampa Bay Times Forum, the gang decided to rock out with our music-related apparel out for today’s adventure lunch. Mark & I both went the concert tee route, while Briana kept things

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UAAL 2/16

Yep, we’re finally so far in to our tradition that we’ve lost count and have to label them by date now. Huzzah! The Accessory: Something Foreign The Adventure Lunch: Tamarind in Winter Park The Takeaway Mark needs a vacation abroad

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UAAL 9-12: The Phantom Lunches

Well, for those of you who have been wondering what happened to our little ritual, rest assured. UAAL is alive and well, we’re just missing any evidence that UAALs #9, 10, 11  & 12 every really occurred. But what we

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Ding! Bikes Website Ready To Ride!

Last year, one of our most exciting projects was the launch of the new Ding! Bikes brand. The months that followed were quite a whirlwind for our client and for us. Between an expansion of their product line, a retooling

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There Will Be Words! And We Will Be There.

Ever since interviewing Jana Waring, an Orlando author and all-around literary gal about town, I’ve been wanting to check out There Will Be Words, a prose reading showcase that takes place once a month at Urban Rethink. And tonight’s the

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Tofu and Seitan and Fur, Oh My!

Every time we do Unexpected Accessory and Adventure Lunch Thursdays, I love it more and more. We’re three weeks in now, and I’m amazed at how our little ritual creates structure in one way and forces you to step outside

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In My Own Words: Jana Waring

Jana Waring is used to asking questions, not answering them. For the past six years, she’s been interviewing artists, politicians, and people of interest  (most recently, Orlando superhero Master Legend) for her website, Waringis.com. In between all that elbow-rubbing, she

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Why “Unbranding” is Unnecessary

Seriously, what’s with all these brands thinking they’re too high and mighty to grace the overtanned limbs of the Jersey Shore kids? Last year, luxury houses started supplying Snooki with a collection of their competitors’ handbags. Then, Abercrombie & Fitch

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ASPCA NYC Gets Ready To Love

So you know those terrible, heart-twisting, tear-inducing SPCA commercials? The ones featuring a steady stream of tragic dogs and cats with missing ears and broken arms and desperate eyes staring out at you, begging you to please, please, please be

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Nice knockers.

One of my favorite things about traveling is stumbling upon wonderful displays of art and creativity in unexpected places. On a recent trip to Antigua, Guatemala, I found it hanging on the doors of every home. Following the traditional Spanish-style

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Anything To Get The Shot

It’s amazing how much hard work goes into painting the picture of easy, carefree fun. Yesterday, our team spent a sweltering day outside doing a photo shoot for a new client. We tapped our long-time pal, Doug Scaletta, for photography.

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Central Florida Y 2010 Annual Report

A few months ago, the YMCA of Central Florida called us in to develop their 2010 Annual Report. We’ve produced this report (working side-by-side with our peeps at Lure Design) for several years in a row now, but things were

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Bad Branding! But Good Fro-Yo.

I’m a little ashamed of myself. For the past several months, I’ve been frequenting Delish in Badwin Park. It’s one of those pay-per-ounce frozen yogurt places that you go to thinking you’re getting a healthier dessert option, but somewhere along

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