Good Job Badass Brooklyn

Photo by Catalina Kulczar | Lettering by Dirty Bandits

You’re Doing a Good Job is made up of videos and stills with lettering incorporated. They all share the same positive message celebrating companies that are working to make a difference.

This is Barnaby, he’s a rescue and he’s just the best. I find it excruciating to see people purchasing dogs from breeders and puppy mills when there are so many incredible dogs that desperately need homes. Barnaby was named Fluffy and abandoned at a high kill shelter by his family. He was in South Carolina and scheduled to be killed within the next 24hrs if he hadn’t been picked up by Jersey Girls Animal Rescue and brought up to NY for adoption.

Photo by Catalina Kulczar

There are tons of places in New York and New Jersey to adopt dogs. I used to look for my new furry friend and was able to use a wider radius. But if you’re in Brooklyn, check out Badass Brooklyn : saving badass dogs from idiot humans. These guys are a Brooklyn based group that rescue dogs from kill shelters in southern states and bring them up for adoption in NY.

Good Job Adidas

Shot by Catalina Kulczar | Art direction & lettering by Dirty Bandits
Sound by Kind Stranger

From our series You’re Doing a Good Job we bring you this fun little stop motion video that tells to story of how this line developed by Adidas and Parley has come to make an environmental impact. Adidas partnered with the ocean cleanup org Parley to make shoes and clothing out of plastic bottles salvaged from beaches. Helping to keep our beaches cleaner, our oceans freer of plastic and our feet ready to run!

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You’re Doing a Good Job

These posts are all unsolicited, unpaid and unsponsored. I am doing this with Catalina Kulczar to share uplifting stories of companies doing good in the world. We are more than just a pretty image, we stand for something greater than ourselves and we support whole heartedly those working to create better work environments, more ecologically sound products, and foster a sense of belonging for all.

Lettering and animation by Dirty Bandits

In sitting down at the beginning of the year I set out to look at my business and think about where I was and where I wanted to be. I was feeling stagnant but what sort of change was I looking for? What projects had been the most rewarding? What was I the most proud of?

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