Blog Press Archive
D hooks up - Nov 23 2004

D wasn't lookin' but it found him. It looks like scooter-babes click with pug-faced scruffy-looking (and let's face it- a little bit peppy) scooter guys. See how "swm seeks intersection with lambretta-bound…

D Tours - Nov 03 2004

So what do you love most? Cars? Speed? Chicks? What do you hate even more? Traffic? Road blocks? Robot duck-monkeys? Yah so does D. Well he loves his robot duck-monkey too. You know how it is; love, hate...…

get bent! - Oct 28 2004

It wasn't until we saw an 8 year old tied up in a blue suit and held upside down by two burly Hawaiians that we realized the scope of what we had done. With all that's going on in the world right now we…

Size Matters - Jul 29 2004

In this latest installment of the Planet Snak campaign, our three space castaways are the guests of honor to a civilization of gracious little purple nubbies. However, looking for a place to relax and…

Teletoon Bumpers Bump their Way Up - Jun 28 2004

It seems like those chiclets keep working their way into more and more unlikey places. We had no idea that our bumpers would have such a positive response from the festival and competition circuit. We…

Beach Bimbos - May 08 2004

Who would exercise in the sun on the beach? Only a bimbo you say? Well, yes actually. Thanks to our Midwest rep Hillary Herbst, Legion Advertising in Arlington Texas put their latest animated 15 second…

Teletoon wins gold at Worldfest - May 03 2004

We're happy to announce that the Teletoon chiclet ID's have won a Gold Remi at Worldfest in Houston Texas. The three winning bumpers were "Chicken" animated by Dave Calder, "Snow Beetle" animated by Tomasz…

Bumper to Bumper - Feb 19 2004

Q: How many places can you stick a chiclet in under 10 seconds? Oh stop it and pull up your pants. A: We're talking about the famous Teletoon chiclet logo. Guru wraps up our extended Teletoon project this…

Greetings from South Beach! - Jan 21 2004

C-Rex guards the coast as his naked noodle minions create havoc once more in this family-friendly beach setting. And yes plenty of surfing, para-sailing, rollerblading and of course break dancing.