'High-Profile Client' Puts Brand in the Hands of WTF.
This morning we got a press release announcing the launch of a riotously ironic! ad agency called WTF & Associates, spearheaded by president/CEO John Bristol.
Bristol says the objective is "to revolutionize art and culture." His team is purportedly also "putting the finishing touches on an ingenious multi-platform campaign" for a high-profile client.
Natch, we made a noise along the lines of "WTF...?", then visited the site, aptly hosted at wtfass.tv.
Click on the doors to watch some dementedly-cheery talking heads (in the style of this TD Bank Theatre campaign) make bullshit agency talk. And if you're patient enough, you may hear the actual pitch for said "high-profile client."
Clueless as to who? Find out below the drop.
The site is actually a call for entries for The AICP Show's , The Art & Technique of the American Commercial. It debuts at MoMA. And no, you get no cookie for having to check.
Not sure which agency actually produced the site, but we're 60% certain they'll email us to chest-bump and whatnot. UPDATE: Work by the students of VCU Brandcenter. See? That didn't take long.