Check out the first spot in the latest Crispin campaign for Domino’s new Artisan Pizza line. Part of a national campaign which began yesterday, the spot shows the launch of the new pizza to be about gourmet taste – and not about gimmicks. Fabio Viviani, the celebrity chef known best for his time as a fan favorite on Top Chef, makes a cameo appearance.
Before even getting to the pizza, consumers will be greeted by a signed pizza box – penned by the store manager responsible for what comes within: a carefully and uniquely crafted gourmet pizza, one of the three Artisan Pizza flavors: Spinach & Feta, Italian Sausage & Pepper Trio and Tuscan Salami & Roasted Veggie.
Consumers who order Artisan Pizza through the Domino’s Pizza Tracker online ordering system will receive a link where they can rate the quality of the pizza and let Domino’s know what they think.
On the first of October, the Carmichael Gallery will welcome father and son duo, Eriberto and Estevan Oriol, to Culver City for an exhibition together. Entitled appropriately Like Father, Like Son, the retrospective survey will comprise of twenty-five limited edition prints from each photographer, including black and white, color, silver gelatin and digital c-prints.
Unemployment is still at a ridiculous high of 12.4 percent here in Los Angeles. So, in an effort to give back to the local community we are offering free local job postings here in Los Angeles. If you have any local job opportunities in advertising, marketing, design, music, movies, etc. we will post it for free. Post Your Jobs Now!!!
Denver creative Brian Wilkens is out to dominate the freelance market. And how does he plan on doing that you ask? By pranking his bald friend/colleague Kevin, while he is out of town of course. But not by conventional pranking methods like gift wrapping his desk. But by asking his agency what would kind of hair cut might he have if he actually had hair.
Give us a call if you ever make it out to LA, Brian.