One-page presence site for the live interactive version of the classic gameshow "Name That Tune", hosted by Zowie Bowie at the Imperial Palace in Las Vegas. Design by BRAINtrust Marketing + Communications.
The official website of Carbon Express arrows, crossbows and archery accessories underwent a complete facelift and an upgrade to Drupal 6 in the summer of 2011, as well as a migration of their old Joomla-based forums to Drupal's "Advanced Forum" module. This site features a complex arrangement of inter-related custom content types and media elements, making elaborate use of the "Relativity" and "Quicktabs" modules.
Another convert in our drive to rebuild all the world's blogs as Drupal-based websites, The Angry Greek is a no-holds-barred attack on celebrities and the arbitrary idiocy of our insane culture. It's cheeky, smutty, irreverent, and definitely not safe for work. But it's awfully funny. And now it's Drupal!
The site also features original art and a luscious illustrated mascot courtesy of Chella Faithe Design. Check it out!
A spin-off from the original Hollyscoop site, Stereotude.com features article and galleries on new music, music videos, concerts and celebrity-studded events. The site features similar capabilities but slight variations from its sister sites, Hollyscoop.com, EatStayDrink.com and Modamob.com.
A spin-off from the original Hollyscoop site, Modamob.com features article and galleries on fashion, design, and celebrity accoutrements. The site features similar capabilities but slight variations from its sister sites, Hollyscoop.com, EatStayDrink.com and Stereotude.com.
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