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Even the mild-mannered have something inside that drives them wild. And thanks to StubHub that wild thing is busting out all over.
StubHub welcomes birth of inner fan
Today a new campaign emerges from that puppet’s long, weird shadow. Called “Let Your Fan Out,” the work champions StubHub as more than a place to get a ticket you want.
Gotcha! Not at StubHub
At StubHub, the only surprise is at the end of this new commercial. The campaign highlights that scoring good tickets at StubHub couldn’t be easier — or less aggravating — because there are never extra fees.
For those about to rock, call Ticket Oak
The coolest deciduous dude you'll ever meet, Ticket Oak always has tickets to the hottest games and concerts, is a member of the Advertising Hall of Fame and, in his off-time, loves to ride a Chestnut mare.
DC media is officially excellent
At the American Association of Advertising Agencies’ annual conference in LA yesterday, Duncan/Channon took home the O’Toole Award for Media Excellence in the Small Agency category for StubHub.
Today’s StubHub news: T.O. gets naked & other abominations
If, like us, you can't get enough of Ticket Oak, this Q3 roundup is for you.
"Well, I think Forbes is weird!" says weirdly defensive tree
As good a story as a big deciduous talking tree could ask for, today's Forbes article explains that StubHub's Ticket Oak is an extremely hard worker.
"I'm a puppet, damnit!" exclaims misunderstood talking tree
People can be insensitive, it's true. So on the occasion of this laudatory write-up of the Ticket Oak's diabolically clever maker, Anatomorphex, in North Hollywood, it seemed only right for D/C, as the tree's diabolical inventor, to post this as a reminder.
From small acorns: Ticket Oak goes nuts
It's the biggest campaign yet for StubHub and its lovable/creepy spokes-tree, conjured up last year by D/C.
Prepare the shark-jumping ramp!
If you are a regular reader of this humble website then it’s entirely possible you’re mumbling to yourself: “Geez Louise, enough with the StubHub Ticket Oak already.”
Slutty nurse dethroned
The final tally is in and it looks like America's new most popular Halloween costume just might be D/C's very own Ticket Oak.
Ticket Oak eats a fairy!
The Ticket Oak returns with a Halloween surprise for all of you would-be ticketholders and treehuggers.
Back by popular demand/outrage
Yep, he’s back. After a triumphant premiere this spring the oddly loveable, endearingly terrifying Ticket Oak returns and, this time, he’s doling out primo football tickets.
StubHub goes out on a limb
Great tickets don’t grow on trees. Or do they? Enter The Ticket Oak, the 30-foot centerpiece and star of the latest integrated campaign from StubHub.
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.
StubHub gives you the ball (and the bath)
Are you ready for some football (commercials)?