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D/C exposed in Communication Arts!

Finally, Communication Arts, the bible of the design, advertising and interactive design world, has ripped the veil from Duncan/Channon. In a 10-page investigation within CA’s Interactive Annual, reporter Sam McMillan reveals the shady background and shocking practices of the agency that was “born to rock” — from its “temple of guanxi” bar, wherein take place lurid lectures on “teledildonics” and concerts known as “Roofies,” to its music label Tip Records, home to the inexplicable Gary Wilson, to its “real account people, media people and planning infrastructure.” Shudder.

All apologies to those innocent Duncan/Channon clients who may have been inadvertently besmirched by the probe: (click to see the featured work of each) StubHub, Hard Rock, Blurb, Tahoe South, Birkenstock, VICE Russia, Jackson Family Wines, Rex Goliath Wines, Sanita and D/C’s venerable, never-harm-a-soul pro bono clients WhyHunger and the Western Railway Museum.

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