Boulder is a nice, green valley with a bunch of coffee-bike-yoga lovin’ residents. It’s known for its self-imposed carbon tax and Open Space (first in the country, as was its marriage of a gay couple back in the day), its Smart Grid, its natural businesses and renewable energy startups, its Buddhists (biggest American Buddhist community in the country for upwards of two decades), and its climbers, cyclists, running community. But lately, last couple years, it’s begun magnetizing a big strong tech community, and a couple of the coolest, most innovative businesses in the country—like Threadless.
A couple years back, we got Crispin Porter + Bogusky (nearly) in town. A big huge hip ad agency that does lots of green stuff…though they’re better known for their successful campaigns for throughly un-green Burger King and the like.
Here this summer’s CP+B interns drop a workspace rap (reminiscent of my white kids fcck around after work fave of all time)…and let fall a few “eco-friendly” this and thats. Enjoy—we did.
A video us interns put together in the last couple of weeks here at Crispin Porter + Bogusky, now that our internship is winding down.
Brammo was our designated client for the summer, hence all the Enertia Bike and Brammo references.
This video does not represent the culmination of the work we have been producing this summer. It was just something fun we wanted to do.
And I think the Lonely Island influences are obvious…