Yes, our advertising roots run deep, but there is a whole other side of Warehouse Twenty One that many folks are less familiar with. It’s the side producing cool shit out of that big, black box by the park.
A couple months ago we hosted an open house for our new production facility. Safe to say, we’re still riding the high of sharing our new space with the Cheyenne community, and during this season that is all about being thankful and appreciating loved ones, we can’t help but reflect on what it meant to us.
If you’re ever hanging around the Warehouse and hear someone drop a movie line, chances are it’s our dude, Johnny Rando. It doesn't matter the situation or topic, he’s got a knack for remembering classic movie lines and relating them to any/every conversation.
If you ever walk into the Warehouse Twenty One offices and hear someone singing classic Disney songs like a damn princess, it's Katie. If she's working at her desk quietly, it's only because she's listening to the Hercules soundtrack.
Since I was a kid, building my own house has been a dream of mine. At the time I think it just seemed like something cool to do or maybe I aspired to be an architect. The work, stress, and time that it would eventually entail was nowhere near what I expected.
I love movies. From posters to trailers, actually seeing the movie on the big screen to holding the physical copy, I love every second of it. Seeing the progression of film and industry marketing over the years has been fascinating.
Aaron is always dependable for some music recommendations. The tunes thumpin’ through the open airwaves of the office on Friday afternoons are usually coming from his speakers.
You are what you keep, so this little diddy is all about some of the unique items that W21ers surround themselves with at work.
What has resulted from that vision is how the 2nd largest collection of Nike Air Jordans on exhibit in the US. The Cummings collection includes 536 pairs of sneakers. “We have 12 complete sets of original Air Jordan shoes.
The text read, “I recommended you to be an ADDYs judge in St. Louis this year.” Designer extraordinaire, Joseph Hughes, had judged the year before.