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Visual timeline and PR case study: Leviathan


In-depth PR case study materials follow. Last Updated 3 May 2016 Read more

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Mark your calendar: High-value events coming soon to NYC, Boston, LA, beyond

I hope May is off to a great start for you. Here’s what I’ve gathered for you in this new edition of my 12x Learning Optimizer series, which provides timely information on upcoming, highly valuable business opportunities for thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, creatives, producers and artists. Read more

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Case Study: Leviathan

Leviathan’s Reputation Soars Worldwide as Phenomenal Conceptual Design Company Rocking Broadcast, Experiential and Screens of All Sizes

Close Cooperation Between Management, Reps and DWA Maximizes Stellar Opportunities, Positions Company as Legitimate Rockstar
See also: VISUAL TIMELINE . MEDIA COVERAGE . PRESS SITE

Leviathan is a conceptual design company that creates engaging narrative content and experiences for brands and entertainers worldwide. The bold images it conceives appear on stages and architecture, in themed destinations and on screens of all sizes, accompanying famous faces and household names. Its teams build experiences to enthrall audiences, initiate conversations and keep crowds coming. Every day, Leviathan’s artists and engineers help transform the worlds of commercial advertising, live events, film, television and environments. Read more

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Design Competitions from Adweek, Communication Arts and Fast Company Open for Entries


Several very prestigious design awards programs are currently open for entries – I thought you would appreciate the heads-up, and some brief details.

As one of the most sought-after design awards in the business world, Fast Company’s 2016 Innovation By Design Awards will honor the designers and businesses solving today’s and tomorrow’s problems. Now in its fifth year, the competition has put the spotlight on a broad spectrum of companies, ranging from blue-chips to scruffy startups and hungry young talents. Read more

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Great to know: Filmmaker Jonathan Lim

I recently had the chance to meet filmmaker Jonathan Lim, whose dramatic feature film “Pali Road” is opening in theaters in 20 U.S. cities across America later this week. Jonathan wrote and directed the film, which was entirely shot on-location in Hawaii and is the first Hawaii-China co-production in history. While Jonathan describes it as a mystery and a romantic thriller, here’s how it’s introduced by the programmers of the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, who have chosen the film to close the festival’s 32nd edition, this Thursday night, 28 April:

“…As stylish as it is mysterious, ‘Pali Road’ by Jonathan Lim echoes the most daring and challenging of classic Hollywood mysteries. If you look closely, you’ll find a hint of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1940 romantic mystery “Rebecca” starring Joan Fontaine; and maybe even espy a nod to George Cukor’s legendary “Gaslight” (1944) starring the great Ingrid Bergman…” Read more

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Earth Day 2016 and Climate Education Week

You and your loved ones are cordially invited to join more than a billion of your fellow humans to participate in Earth Day – the only global event celebrated simultaneously by people of all backgrounds, faiths and nationalities – by helping expand its mission into a much more ambitious affair. Read more

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12x Learning Optimizer: Set your sights for April, May and beyond

After 11 years and over 600 blog posts, I consider my agency blog universal positive to be highly successful. Before launching it, I expected it to be a good means for demonstrating what I do; it now fulfills that and many other missions very effectively. For sure, it is a standing daily challenge, and as life tells us, when we apply ourselves to challenges over time, good things can happen.

Even as kids, we all are constantly reminded how important it is to be mindful and diligent in our use of time. My career allows me to gather high-level information about many aspects of business… and as I consider how best to pass knowledge along in interesting ways, certain subject matter arises consistently. In the sweet-spot of strategic planning, time management and personal/business development, I find creative and business conferences… which also include arts and cultural festivals and celebrations. As a publisher who is constantly managing the development of content, I am dedicating myself to doing a better job of putting the spotlight on this sweet-spot, in the hope of giving you more benefits. Read more

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FITC is set to inspire in Toronto, NYC and Chicago

For 2016, FITC is ready to expand its highly successful history bringing leading design and technology professionals and students together in cities like Amsterdam, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Seoul, Tokyo and Toronto. Here are the overview details for three upcoming inspirational FITC conferences that will unite designers, developers, digital artists and everyone innovating in the digital space in Toronto, New York and Chicago.

FITC Toronto, April 17-19, 2016, Hilton Toronto

Better and stronger than ever, the original three-day professional celebration of the world’s best design, web development, media and innovation in creative technologies soon returns to Toronto. Engineered year after year to unite and transform the creative industry, the 2016 organizers have assembled dynamic leaders and stars from all across North America and the world. Once again, FITC Toronto will unveil the future of everything innovative, technical and creative, to leave attendees informed, challenged and inspired.

Thanks to Dexigner.com, you can use discount code “dexigner” to save $100 off any ticket for this event. Read more

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Durham ready for 19th annual documentary film festival

Preparing for its April 7-10 return to historic downtown Durham, North Carolina, The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival recently released its full schedule, all of which is dedicated to the theatrical exhibition of non-fiction cinema. Showcasing nearly 100 films from established and emerging filmmakers, as well as numerous discussions and panels, this intimate Southern setting will once again immerse attendees in essential conversations and interactions between filmmakers, the film and television industries and film-loving members of the public.

Presented by Duke University, Full Frame is a key program of the Center for Documentary Studies non-profit organization. Serving the documentary form and its community, this festival enhances public understanding and appreciation of the art form and its significance each and every year, making non-fiction films more accessible to a wider audience. Read more

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