Next in our 25th Anniversary Series: When it comes to producing video content for social media, make it with 100% natural ingredients. Never overcook or overseason. Find something good and true from a client’s everyday life, add a touch of music, set it to enticing B-roll and make it sing. That’s precisely what we did when we turned a brilliant inaugural speech by Barnard’s President Sian Beilock into not one, but an entire series of compelling and attractive video episodes. Here’s just one:
For the next generation, world peace could very well come from inner peace; and inner peace through art. Just imagine! That’s what these children are doing practicing Yoga within the exhibition of George H. Lewis’s magical illustrations at the exhibition “May We all Grow Up to Be Children” based on our book “The Boy and the Boy King.” Asking each generation to hold on to their wonder in order to imagine a better future is what our company has been doing for 25 years. We’re not going to give up now. If you’d like to read the book, please go to theboyandtheboyking.com
Next in our 25th Anniversary Series: Since 1998, no exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum has surpassed the attendance of “Monet and the Mediterranean.” AD Lubow is proud to have created the full-page, full-color New York Times ads that served this beautiful show so well. Today, our agency does more than just promote exhibitions. We create them. Just this week, the exhibition MAY WE ALL GROW UP TO BE CHILDREN, based on the book THE BOY AND THE BOY KING by George H. Lewis and A.D. Lubow opened at Castle Gould, Sands Point Preserve Conservancy; and an eBook was launched as a companion to the exhibit. We invite everyone to attend the exhibition, enjoy the magical illustrations of George H. Lewis and read, rate and share the book.