The Ad Industry Likes to Party
If you're not yet sick of us writing about ad:tech, we're going to make you even sicker by pointing you to 183 more images of what's really important about ad:tech: the parties. Ariel Waldmen of Shake Well Before Use lugged around a big ass professional camera that put our lame but cool little Casio Exilm to shame. Here's the album where you can see Datran bar dancers, vamping hotties, people who like to lift up co-workers, bartenders who wish more people were at the party, fools who take pictures of people taking pictures of them and human flesh expressing itself on the dance floor.
While we didn't make it to Lindsay Mure's AdFemme party, a first for the organization, we did peruse a photo album of her ad:tech event which 150 or so attended. The party featured Emily Mure & Band whom we assume is Linday's sister. It looked like a good time and we hope she forgives us for calling her gorgeous.
Topic: Industry Events
My fellow designers may like to party, but they need more practice! Get out more people, a lot of stiffs at the celebrations, this isn't an 80's mullet convention!
these photos are for nerds.
Meh, there's not nearly enough debauchery in those photos. And even the shots of the orange tart dancing on the bar are tame. *yaaawwnnnn*
This was NYC the parties were not as exciting as your are trying to make them out to be stop the faking
Damn, the hipsterati is harsh today.
:LOL: Believe me Steve, I'm far from being a hipsterateur (hipsteratus?, hipsterato??). Especially with my mid-30s paunch, comfortable shoes and wikipedia account. I just have a vicariously purient interest in your typical ad biz debauchery. And I like seeing half-naked women dancing on bars, no matter what the occasion. That's just me.
i concur. lame ass.
Hey Mom, you're drunk and on the computer again.
go to your room.
Ballz to ya, big daddy
Wow, I look excessively impressed. I seem to remember that you had an extremely bright flash.
Look! A black guy! What's he doing there?