Friends & Neighbors Welcomes Two More

by / November 19, 2018 / Friends & Neighbors (F&N) is proud to announce the addition of Carrie Bain, Senior Copywriter, and Kelsey Vetter, Junior Designer, to their creative team. In their new roles, Bain and Vetter will help drive creative thinking and execution across the agency’s growing roster of clients. “In Carrie and Kelsey, we have two brave thinkers who are hardwired to challenge convention, and two [Read More]

Art Director Creates Art Newspaper that Remixes Real News Headlines to Help Protect Freedom of The Press

by / November 19, 2018 / Doug Pedersen, Minneapolis-based freelance art director/creative director, created this 32-page design/art newspaper titled “Actual Rubbish.” It takes real news headlines from real news sources and mixes them up to create even more insane headlines—all in an effort to explore how much crazier our already crazy world could get. Like what you see? It’s for sale. 100% of profits go to[Read More]

The Stable Ramps Up Marketing Department

by / November 15, 2018 / The Stable has been busy at work with the creation of its new marketing team and creative and digital services. Following a $4million equity infusion by Fargo-based Gen7 Investments in Aug 2017, the agency has quickly grown to 45 employees supporting consumer brands across retail stores, ecommerce, and marketing through two national offices (Minneapolis & Seattle). The newly established Mark[Read More]

Public Works Helps Red Lake Nation Spread the Word About Helping the Homeless

by / November 14, 2018 / Many in Minneapolis have seen the rise of the tent encampment off of Cedar Avenue and Hiawatha. Now Red Lake Nation is stepping up and asking for help to find warmth, safety and security for the people living in “Tent City.” In an effort to get out the word on how people can help, Public Works teamed up with SSQTCH Creative to create a video that tells stories of what Tent City’s inhabitants[Read More]

Mary Ceruti Named Executive Director of the Walker Art Center

by / November 14, 2018 / The Walker Art Center announced today that Mary Ceruti will be its next Executive Director. Ceruti currently leads SculptureCenter, a multidisciplinary organization in Long Island City, New York, as Director and Chief Curator. She began her career at Philadelphia Museum of Art before serving as the Program Director for Capp Street Project in San Francisco. Ceruti has been with SculptureCenter sin[Read More]