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Ansel’s Fantasy Football & Fugue

anselpianoIn an unlikely mash-up of classical music and football, Ansel Wallenfang–a copywriter, director and pianist in this year’s class of W+K 12–made a short film and composition, Fantasy Football and Fugue, weaving together the NFL theme songs of CBS, ESPN, FOX, and NBC as a tribute to his love of football. Watch the video and catch some football fever below. Continue reading

W+K On the Side: Have You Ever Wondered

Have you ever wondered how much money you make during your coffee breaks at work?

Or how much money your company spent on that meeting with the executives?

Or how much money you made today? This month? This year?

Our own Brad Holdgrafer, Nick Finney and Max Erdenberger wondered.

So they’ve made a salary clock: a simple single serving website that lets you see, by the second, how much money you make and why you should think twice about ordering that $12 sandwich for lunch today.

But hey, don’t let how much money you spend on lunch today get you down. You earned a little simply by reading this blog post.

How much exactly? Well, let’s find out: http://watchwhatyoumake.com

A Roundup of Our Favorite W+K Global Blog Posts, March 18-22

Last week, our global offices were making, meeting, printing, thinking and drinking. Check out the latest from Amsterdam, Delhi, London, Tokyo, Shanghai, Portland and W+K12. Continue reading

Inside WK12.9: This Is 12.

The W+K blog is pleased to introduce a new series of posts, “Inside WK12.9”, by Wayne Kasserman, a member of 12.9, the newest class of W+K’s in-house advertising school, reflecting on the 12 experience.

On Tuesday night 12.9 introduced themselves to the agency with an event titled, THIS IS 12.

For those of you that don’t know, W+K12 is an experimental advertising agency masquerading as an experimental advertising school deep within the walls of Wieden+Kennedy. Started in 2004 as a way to mold and shape today’s youngest and brightest talents, the program brings together about a dozen individuals from all walks of life for 12 months of creative thinking, creative making and, of course, failing harder. This year’s class chose to focus their first project around the number 12 and its incredible and undeniable value. Continue reading