Chris Petescia

Co-founder of Carrot Creative, design geek, practical hippie, music enthusiast and generally creative individual who finds inspiration through imagination.

Located in Park Slope & DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY.
Dreaming in a galaxy far, far away....

 

Carrot Creative is thrilled to announce our latest project: Redbull Artograph!
The first digital autograph system, fans can select a photo (from Facebook, upload from their computer, or select a pro shot on the site) and submit it, with a personal note, to their favorite Redbull Athlete.
So far some of the responses have been pretty awesome - Travis’ replies to an 8 year old and a 5 year old are my favorite!

Carrot Creative is thrilled to announce our latest project: Redbull Artograph!

The first digital autograph system, fans can select a photo (from Facebook, upload from their computer, or select a pro shot on the site) and submit it, with a personal note, to their favorite Redbull Athlete.

So far some of the responses have been pretty awesome - Travis’ replies to an 8 year old and a 5 year old are my favorite!

Someone has got to make the first move.  If brands and fans are ever going to get down to business, social networking venues need to call off the chaperones and get more booty dance friendly. So much of brand interaction on Facebook revolves around making initial eye contact (getting “Likes”). But then what? And why? Fans say “Yes” to “Do you want to dance?” They’re willing to hold each other at arm’s length and sway back and forth in front of ALL THEIR FRIENDS, but as soon as the song is over, brands let them shyly walk back to the punch bowl, never to take it any further. Well, I’m ready to take it further. I’m ready for this jelly.
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Someone has got to make the first move.  If brands and fans are ever going to get down to business, social networking venues need to call off the chaperones and get more booty dance friendly. So much of brand interaction on Facebook revolves around making initial eye contact (getting “Likes”). But then what? And why? Fans say “Yes” to “Do you want to dance?” They’re willing to hold each other at arm’s length and sway back and forth in front of ALL THEIR FRIENDS, but as soon as the song is over, brands let them shyly walk back to the punch bowl, never to take it any further. Well, I’m ready to take it further. I’m ready for this jelly.

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For some reason, this not only makes perfect sense to me, but I can’t get enough. It’s activated something in me? This is freaking awesome.