The annual Communication Arts Award winners were announced this week and FOUR Hungry Man directors were honored as winners. Hank Perlman won for his viagra sans ordonnance Kraft Blind Taste Test spot. Craig Brownrigg won for his Rite Aid Carriers spot. Wayne McClammy won for his Geico campaign Countdown, Whisper, and Spy. And Chris Woods won for his Stove Top spot Artisanal Hipster Pilgrim. Communication Arts has been celebrating exceptional Design, Advertising, Illustration, Photography, Interactive, and Typography, since 1959 so big ups to Hank, Wayne, Craig, and Chris.


I know… I know… Much like Père Noël, Gary Busey is never really gone, not when we hold him so tenderly in our hearts year round. But he is back with a new Craig Brownrigg Amazon Fire TV commercial so today we celebrate extra!

If you haven’t seen this on your telly or Hulu or other such commercial distributors yet, fret not, you will soon enough. And if you can honestly say you watched all seven seasons of The West Wing and didn’t wonder what Gary Busey would look like behind that desk I call thee a liar and a scoundrel.

Give the spot a watch above! Now!


Why are we here?

Where did we come from?

What are the technological capabilities and software compatabilities of an invertebrate’s exoskeleton?

Life is full of tough questions and in their new spot for Amazon Craig Brownrigg and Gary Busey answer one of the above.


In his latest team-up with Craig Brownrigg, Eli Manning proves that if you find yourself tailgating at MetLife Stadium this football season and you run into a guy that resembles Eli Manning, it just might be him…

… especially if he’s all jacked up on Dunkin Donuts coffee. If that’s the case then it’s definitely him and you should at least get his autograph or have him sing to you or something.


If you drove down Wilshire Boulevard very early Tuesday morning you may have seen people camping out on the sidewalks around 12th street. This sight is nothing new here in Southern California. You probably figured Taylor Swift was making an appearance, or perhaps those One Direction children. But as you get closer to the store, something catches your eye. They focus on a vaguely familiar orange and pink sign from your childhood back east (yes, I’m making the pretty safe assumption that if you’re in LA you’re not from LA) and upon seeing the glowing emblem of this delicious bastion of morning invigoration, you utter to yourself a quiet and wistful, “Is that a Dunkin Donuts?”

The answer is yes, Angelenos! We now have ourselves a Dunkin Donuts, and it couldn’t have arrived at a better time. Craig Brownrigg has just finished his latest round of Dunkin spots complete with Easy E himself, Mr. Eli Manning.*

Check out the spots above and if you happen to find yourself around 12th and Wilshire from now on you can stop in and grab yourself a nice hot cup’a’Dunkin’joe.

*Note: We acknowledge that Eli Manning is not the original Easy E and we further suggest all of you pour some out for the original Eazy’s birthday next week.


If you’ve been to lately you may have seen a familiar spot popping up here and there. No, not Wayne’s “Madden Season”… well, yeah, they were talking about that spot too, but that’s not what this post is about. Craig Brownrigg’s Wiser commercial “Art Gallery” has been playing non-stop. With football (and hockey) season right around the corner every sports fan who finds themselves in a relationship with one of these “culture lovers” needs to watch this spot and take notes. Never again will one more quarter (or period) be missed for the sake of “art.”


As we enter the last month of vacation season we here at Hungry Man would like to teach you the fastest way to impress the opposite sex whilst checking into a hotel.

Step 1: Use to book said hotel.

Step 2: That’s it.

Still not getting it? That’s fine. Craig Brownrigg’s new spot for Stand Up To Cancer and Room Key will show ya how it’s done with the ever-classy Tony Hale leading by example.


As we head into the end of the 2013 season we here at Hungry Man understand that it’s important to continually reevaluate one’s self and one’s team. Well, we have reevaluated our already extraordinary team and have decided to add another player to our roster of Directors (to mix metaphors a bit).

Craig Brownrigg is a wonderful Canadian filmmaker with a vast breadth of work covering clients like Bud Light, Captain Morgan’s, Dunkin Donuts, Best Buy, Alka Seltzer, KFC, Bank of America, and McDonalds just to name a few. If you haven’t seen Craig’s work yet then you are truly missing out, but fret not, you will be seeing a lot more from him from now on. We here at Hungry Man are proud to have Craig join the team and look forward to a long, creative, and fruitful relationship.

If you are one of the aforementioned people who hasn’t seen what Craig can do with a camera, check out his reel HERE.