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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

The Traveling One Show tonight at Julio Lima’s Orange Studio

Posted By on Wed, Oct 17, 2012 at 10:09 AM

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Wednesday, Oct. 17 –

The Traveling One Show

6 p.m.

The Orange Studio

1121 N. Mills Ave.

orlando.aiga.org

$5-$20

Mad Men your night: Relive the famous Don-wins-a-Clio episode (“Waldorf Stories,” Season 4) with an evening out at Julio Lima’s Orange Studio to take in the annual One Club awards show. (Perhaps a few stiff Scotches at Wally’s first? Just for verisimilitude.) The One Club, which calls itself “the keeper of the flame for advertising creatives,” has put together a mobile version of their annual awards show celebrating excellence and innovation in advertising of all forms: television, print, package design, brand identity and more. This traveling exhibition features winning works like Geico’s unsettling “Celebrities and Icons” series (starring the likes of Charo and Mrs. Butterworth) and a “solar-powered document” created by a German agency, visible only in direct sunlight. It should be an eyeful. – Jessica Bryce Young

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