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Our Latest Project Debuts on The Nerdist

We’re busy as ever here at StuntDouble, we’ve got a brand new office space and tons of projects and news we’ll be sharing with you in the future, but that doesn’t mean we can’t take some time out for a little bit of self promotion.

Will Polaroid go the way of Kodak?

In today’s socially connected world, a lot of companies are struggling to stay afloat with social media. Some have the wrong ideas and some are somewhat keeping pace. Polaroid, for instance, is making moves, but are they the right moves? There’s a wealth of opportunities that Polaroid can take advantage of right now that could […]

When a Couch is More Than a Comfy Seat… It’s a Brand!

It doesn't matter if a popular brand's product is expensive and upmarket or provides mass appeal and value pricing. It doesn't matter if the brand produces a product or offers a surface. What matters is the promise held by the brand and how it delivers this promise to each of the brand's willing participants. Let's […]

Alternate Title Sequence Contest for X-Men: First Class

Inspired by classic Sixties movie titles and prompted by a design contest, we’ve built a 1960s style title sequence for the upcoming X-Men: First Class film. This video has made quite the stir on the internet, being featured on Comics Alliance, the largest comic industry site on the internet, i09, Yahoo, internet watering hole, The […]

Our Work on Perfecto Brand Hits GQ

From Sean Hotchkiss at GQ: “Schott NYC’s kick-ass Perfecto Brand launched its e-commerce site last week. The hub will operate as a separate entity from the Schott NYC and will feature seasonal lookbooks like the one shot for fall.” They go on to talk about Schott’s heritage and how awesome it is that they celebrate […]

Carter’s Watch the Wear

Nothing conjures our childhood years more than Carter’s Watch the Wear clothes. As we grew up, our Carter’s were right there with us, exploring, learning and most importantly, playing. With visions of our favorite playground in mind, Stunt Double teamed up with Carter’s to remind today’s parents that Carter’s still makes stylish, high quality kids […]

Social Media Savvy For 2011

In Seth Godin’s words: “How can you squander even one more day not taking advantage of the greatest shifts of our generation? How dare you settle for less when the world has made it so easy for you to be remarkable?” In surveying trending topics, predictions, and social media resolutions for 2011, for which there […]

Selling American Pride

MADE IN THE USA was once a highly valued assurance, an authentication, a symbol of high quality materials, careful workmanship, union made solidarity and national pride. Today, the product retail riddle is complicated by lofty idealism’s vs practicalities: should the bottom line outweigh the “savings” resultant of sweatshop/ neo-slave labor, questionable environmental standards, American job […]

Another web casualty – The Death of the Yearbook!

Social networking websites are eliminating the once popular appeal of college yearbooks reports the AP. Though it is difficult to assess just what this change means – if anything – to students and professors in terms of their relationships, the demise of the college yearbook underscores the declining presence of print publications in our lives. […]

Lady Gaga hopes to eliminate Polaroid’s 30 second wait… but, will it help?

When it was reported last month that Lady Gaga had signed a deal with Polaroid, we had to wonder what the hell was going on. After all, why would one of the hottest young performers connect herself with an irrelevant brand whose product offering is forever lost in the digital age? Now we know! Lady […]

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