Jazz At Five Free Concert Series: Barbecue

Anyone can improvise. But jazz musicians do it best.

Advertising Agency: Lindsay, Stone & Briggs, Madison, USA
Creative Director: Bill Winchester
Art Director: Matt Johanning
Copywriter: Lee Schmidt
Photographer: Craig Perman
Published: July 2008


Jason Hanky's picture
Jason Hanky
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Is that a midget or a kid with a beer?

Dozer's picture
149 pencils

lol, he is a midget, he is a kid...., NO!!! he is a Baggins!!

Junebug's picture
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i think it's try to say since he is a such a tiny guy, that's why he needs to improvise.

vwray81's picture
256 pencils

No. You're overthinking it.

bate_palmas's picture
1479 pencils

ok. but it doesnt make me wanna go to the concert.

Junebug's picture
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Audrius Kubrik's picture
Audrius Kubrik
828 pencils

tricky one... at that time you realize that great liberating idea is there in your mind {"jazz musicians are great improvisers, you're - not"} what you're not aware of yet is how hard will it be to match and back that idea up with a great image. and sometimes you end up with a crock-shoed Bud Bundy in his sad lego-backyard... what a shame. 7 from me

devon_connax's picture
30 pencils

can you say "REDNECK"?

purplerodent's picture
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Mindhunter: lol he must be a baggins


Silver Surfer's picture
Silver Surfer
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Nice series. It doesn't take itself too seriously and it leads with an insight about jazz. This execution is the best of the three. I think it's a fresh approach which makes it memorable.

Frits Harkema's picture
Frits Harkema
713 pencils

I like this one and the first. Both well art directed too.

simon.gross's picture
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Cool idea.

Wilford Brimley's picture
Wilford Brimley
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I keep seeing Silver Surfer commenting on everything from Lindsay Stone and Briggs. Wondering if he isn't involved with them somehow. Seems to defeat the purpose of this site to make anonymous glowing comments on your own work. If you want feedback, just take it. Good or bad. No need to be defensive about it.
Anyway, to your point "Silver Surfer", there is an insight about jazz, but it's buried under a bunch of crap. I'm not even sure what I'm supposed to be looking at here. The gas can on the kid's picnic table? The beer? The Crocs?
And explain how this makes me want to go see a jazz concert?
Learn a little restraint. And stop commenting on your own stuff.

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