Golden Gate Bridge’s 75th Anniversary

Client:
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
  • May 27th, 2012 marked the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge’s 75th anniversary. Goodby Silverstein & Partners, an ad agency founded in San Francisco, has had a long-standing relationship with the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.

    Rich Silverstein served for fifteen years on the board of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, where he helped make them into a brand that is the envy of our country’s park system.

    For the bridge’s 75th anniversary, we challenged ourselves to have people see the bridge, one of the most photographed and iconic American symbols, in a way they never had before.

    GS&P’s photographer and senior art director, Claude Shade, was granted access to areas of the bridge that are otherwise strictly off-limits. The shots offer never-before-seen angles of the Bridge’s classic art deco architecture. The photos were then doctored to stay in-theme with the iconic bold “international orange” color and color blocking aesthetic Rich Silverstein made famous in our previous print work.

     

    Released: December 2016

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Print

Device Free Dinner

Client:
Common Sense Media
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    The average amount of time kids spent with mobile devices has increased nearly 10 times since 2011.

    To combat this, GS&P partnered with Common Sense media and Will Ferrell in a campaign to highlight how pervasive and intrusive mobile devices have become during precious family events.

    The spots feature familiar scenarios that could be plucked from anyone’s dining room where a family has settled into dinner and someone won’t get off their phone. Only instead of a surly teenager or precocious child, it’s a parent. A famous parent all in the hopes of adding awareness to the movement of Device Free Dinner.

     

    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Common Sense Media, Film
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    Released: October 2017

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    San Francisco, Common Sense Media, Film
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    The average amount of time kids spent with mobile devices has increased nearly 10 times since 2011.

    To combat this, GS&P partnered with Common Sense media and Will Ferrell in a campaign to highlight how pervasive and intrusive mobile devices have become during precious family events.

    The spots feature familiar scenarios that could be plucked from anyone’s dining room where a family has settled into dinner and someone won’t get off their phone. Only instead of a surly teenager or precocious child, it’s a parent. A famous parent all in the hopes of adding awareness to the movement of Device Free Dinner.

    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Common Sense Media, Film
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    The average amount of time kids spent with mobile devices has increased nearly 10 times since 2011.
     
    To combat this, GS&P partnered with Common Sense media and Will Ferrell in a campaign to highlight how pervasive and intrusive mobile devices have become during precious family events.
     
    The spots feature familiar scenarios that could be plucked from anyone’s dining room where a family has settled into dinner and someone won’t get off their phone. Only instead of a surly teenager or precocious child, it’s a parent. A famous parent all in the hopes of adding awareness to the movement of Device Free Dinner.

     

    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Common Sense Media, Film
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    The average amount of time kids spent with mobile devices has increased nearly 10 times since 2011.

    To combat this, GS&P partnered with Common Sense media and Will Ferrell in a campaign to highlight how pervasive and intrusive mobile devices have become during precious family events.

    The spots feature familiar scenarios that could be plucked from anyone’s dining room where a family has settled into dinner and someone won’t get off their phone. Only instead of a surly teenager or precocious child, it’s a parent. A famous parent all in the hopes of adding awareness to the movement of Device Free Dinner.

    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Common Sense Media, Film
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    The average amount of time kids spent with mobile devices has increased nearly 10 times since 2011.

    To combat this, GS&P partnered with Common Sense media and Will Ferrell in a campaign to highlight how pervasive and intrusive mobile devices have become during precious family events.

    The spots feature familiar scenarios that could be plucked from anyone’s dining room where a family has settled into dinner and someone won’t get off their phone. Only instead of a surly teenager or precocious child, it’s a parent. A famous parent all in the hopes of adding awareness to the movement of Device Free Dinner.

    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Common Sense Media, Film

XFINITY TV Diner

Client:
Comcast/XFINITY
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    XFINITY turned the hottest TV shows into TV dinners, so that fans could literally binge on them at the XFINITY TV Diner this week at Comic-Con.

    The TV dinners included food items directly related to a particular episode of a show, such as jerky of the beast, which kills King Robert Baratheon in Game of Thrones; a Jolly Rancher shiv, which Piper uses in Orange Is the New Black; and Ghengis Connie’s famous chow mein from Luke Cage.
     
    YouTube-famous chef Byron Talbott designed the menu and renowned food photographer Stephanie Gonot shot the delicious trays, which featured real props from each of the three shows.

    Released: July 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY
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    XFINITY turned the hottest TV shows into TV dinners, so that fans could literally binge on them at the XFINITY TV Diner this week at Comic-Con.

    The TV dinners included food items directly related to a particular episode of a show, such as jerky of the beast, which kills King Robert Baratheon in Game of Thrones; a Jolly Rancher shiv, which Piper uses in Orange Is the New Black; and Ghengis Connie’s famous chow mein from Luke Cage.
     
    YouTube-famous chef Byron Talbott designed the menu and renowned food photographer Stephanie Gonot shot the delicious trays, which featured real props from each of the three shows.

    Released: July 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY
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    XFINITY turned the hottest TV shows into TV dinners, so that fans could literally binge on them at the XFINITY TV Diner this week at Comic-Con.

    The TV dinners included food items directly related to a particular episode of a show, such as jerky of the beast, which kills King Robert Baratheon in Game of Thrones; a Jolly Rancher shiv, which Piper uses in Orange Is the New Black; and Ghengis Connie’s famous chow mein from Luke Cage.
     
    YouTube-famous chef Byron Talbott designed the menu and renowned food photographer Stephanie Gonot shot the delicious trays, which featured real props from each of the three shows.

    Released: July 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY
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    XFINITY turned the hottest TV shows into TV dinners, so that fans could literally binge on them at the XFINITY TV Diner this week at Comic-Con.

    The TV dinners included food items directly related to a particular episode of a show, such as jerky of the beast, which kills King Robert Baratheon in Game of Thrones; a Jolly Rancher shiv, which Piper uses in Orange Is the New Black; and Ghengis Connie’s famous chow mein from Luke Cage.
     
    YouTube-famous chef Byron Talbott designed the menu and renowned food photographer Stephanie Gonot shot the delicious trays, which featured real props from each of the three shows.

    Released: July 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY