Jake's Cafe. A Self-Described Style. And That's Why It's Unique.
Ad agencies think like ad agencies. And we must confess that part of us sometimes thinks like an ad agency. But there are 38 parts of us. Or 73, depending on your math. And every single day, we also think like architects. And filmmakers. And new product innovators. And fashion designers. And web developers. And quinoa importers. And social media experts. And forensic accountants. And illustrators. And cost-savings consultants. And audio engineers. And branding gurus. And small business advisors. And music composers. And authors. And educators. And technology consultants. And poets. And...Point is, if you’re looking for out of the box thinking, consider thinking outside the box. Consider Jake’s Café.
Why the Jake's Cafe Creative Campus is so effective?
This 30 second spot for PRO CONTROL is a collaboration of several members of Jake's Cafe. Intellectural Property, Brand Development, Scripting, Shooting, Editing, Sound Design, Web Development and Graphic Design were all done by Jake's Cafe members. It has just much to do with our 65 cafe members as it does with our 20,000 square foot environment where accidental meetings are commonplace as members interact, share ideas and collaborate. The Jake's Cafe Creative Community now has over 35 right-brained businesses on campus. From film-making to fashion and architecture to foresnsic accounting.
Watch the full length version here: https://vimeo.com/65084642
Enter the world of Pro-Control, a revolutionary rebound system that is working to boost soccer players performance skills across the world.
Thanks to our incredible team in helping to make this production possible:
Producer: Pat Buckley
Story and Concept: Philip & Chris Leclerc
Directors: Philip & Chris Leclerc
Director of Photography: Kendal Miller http://www.lmpstudios.com
Motion Graphics: John Kayser http://sweetaction.tv
Music and Sound Design: http://zakaudio.com
Shot with the Red Scarlet and Sony FS700
JMKAC Breaks Uncommon Ground!
WADE KAVANAUGH AND STEPHEN B. NGUYEN: RUSH TO REST
Through September 22
Artists Wade Kavanaugh and Stephen B. Nguyen (NY) discuss their new work, Rush to Rest, part of the Uncommon Ground exhibition series at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, April 12–September 22, 2013. Video produced by the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.
Rush to Rest, by New York artists Wade Kavanaugh and Stephen B. Nguyen, is a response to the colossal seasonal ice sheets that take shape on the Sheboygan lakefront in winter. This immersive installation is not a literal rendering of the accumulated ice pack but rather an aggregate of its physical characteristics. Rush to Rest exaggerates the mass and color of the frozen expanse as well as the tangible manifestations of wind and water that generate it.
In the last few years, Kavanaugh and Nguyen have traveled to places that neither artist has seen and then created an installation after surveying the unfamiliar landscape. Their work has become truly site responsive as evident in Rush to Rest. Here, their imaginations prevail, drawing attention to the power and poetry of wind and water—two elements of nature that promise a way toward a renewable future.
Rush to Rest was commissioned by the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in its continuing commitment to serve as laboratory for the creation of new works. The work is part of the UNCOMMON GROUND series of exhibitions.