WE ARE A CONTENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY

PRODUCING TANGIBLE + DIGITAL MEDIA

CONNECTING CULTURE TO CONSUMER.

 
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OUR WORKS HAVE HELPED DEFINE AND ENGINEER GLOBAL MARKETING CAMPAIGNS, STRATEGIES AND ACTIVATIONS THROUGH CONTENT. WE'VE HELPED GLOBAL ARTISTS LIKE BOB DYLAN, LOCAL FAVORITES LIKE A$AP FERG, FASHION'S LOVED ALEXANDER WANG.

 
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The Circular - Ari Marcopoulos

The Circular is a New York based publication, that is distributed by collabration published by CNNCTD - Supporting artists of all walks and realizing their creative visions featuring companion content, interviews, art prints and other shit SHIT.

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JORDAN X PUBLIC SCHOOL

CNNCTD concepted and produced the entranceway to Jordan’s venue, Terminal 23, for their collaborative capsule collection with Public School. CNNCTD shaped the entranceway to mimic NYC’s streets, and lined it with people’s highschool yearbook photos to compliment the Public School brand.

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Alexander Wang's Wang Squad

CNNCTD brought the “Wang Squad” Spring 2016 campaign right to consumers by projecting the commercial onto walls in heavily-trafficked locations throughout NYC. The Commercial, which starred Anna Ewers, Travis Scott, Vic Mensa & Kaia Gerber could be seen on Brooklyn’s Bedford Ave, 14th Street and 8th Ave, and the New Museum. Anyone passing through nearby areas caught a glimpse of the Squad.

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SNAPTHAT - ALEXANDER WANG

CNNCTD designed an interactive, hand-painted mural for the launch of Alexander Wang’s Snapchat account. With just a Snap, passersby who used their smartphones to capture a picture of the mural automatically followed the brand’s Snapchat account, and were granted access to exclusive backstage footage from Alexander Wang’s SS16 fashion show. This advertising campaign tied together three separate touch-points and set a precedent for work at one of the highest profile locations in recent New York history.

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