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Blazers: Robin Lopez’s Summer on Instagram

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

 

For a lot of NBA Players--and professional athletes at large--Instagram exists to either to build a brand and stroke the ego. In other words: they're mad boring. Not Robin Lopez's, though. Dude has been all over the map this summer and, as always, he's keeping it weird (and cultured!).

-- "Robert Terwilliger and yours truly #SideshowToSideshow #ILoveYouKelseyGrammer"

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"Hanging around Mission San Juan Bautista where Al Hitchcock filmed a classic!!! #Vertigo #DibsKimNovak"

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"Presenting St. Basil's in Red Square. This is the cathedral of choice for both the Romanovas & Lakia #IWantATravelShow #HolidaysWithRolo"

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"'Street Fighter' in Hong Kong v.s. @cp15 in front of the master #BruceLee. Gotta repost some of my other #StreetFighter matches from trips maybe... #AvenueOfTheStars #Kowloon #Hadouken !!!"

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"Found a way to make the LA/Fresno drive a little faster (Even though I *never* speed...) #RocketCar #RocketJet #Disneland #Tomorrowland #IWantAMonorailNext"

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"Thinkin bout doing a different sketch every #WCW... first up, everybody's favorite hag Aubrey Plaza #AubreyPlaza #SheLivesInMyCloset #ParksAndRec"

 

Related Slideshow: The Best Wieden + Kennedy Ads for Nike

Take a look at a swarth of Nike ads created by Wieden and Kennedy throughout the years.

From claymation to technology to the the ultimate child prodigee - Wieden has done it all to help create and reinvent the Nike brand.

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Baby Tiger

This W+K ad took the legacy, skill and training of young Tiger Woods all the way to the links in Scotland and the British Open.

 

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Nike Evolution

The early Nike ads  were maybe not the most creative by today's creative standards, but the brilliance of the Nike Evolution ad was that it made a sneaker a piece of technology. It may be the first time that a sports product was sold with the idea that an athlete could gain an advantage through apparel or footwear.

 

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Just Do It

The first time the iconic tagline, "Just Do it" was ever used in a Nike ad was in 1988. It was not Michael Jordan, but a guy named Walt Stack - take a look.

 

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Mars

Mars Blackmon made Spike Lee, elevated Michael Jordan's cred, made millions for Nike and thrust W+K into the first class designation as a global ad agency.

 

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Tiger

Before Tiger there was no Nike Golf. This ad was the foundation to the development of the product line. Tiger was a different golfer: He was the first athlete in the game, strong and brilliant. No golfer ever looked so cool.

 

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Air

Michael Jordan may be the greatest basketball player ever. But what made him a marketing superstar was the Air Jordan positioning - the sub brand created by Wieden + Kennedy.

 

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Bo

Bo knows. Bo Jackson may have been the greatest athlete of all time, but no one would have known if it were not for the amazing creative developed by Wieden + Kennedy for Nike. Bo knows and we know Bo.

 

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Lil Penny

Lil Penny was in part the brainchild of creative Stacy Wall at W+K and rolled out Chris Rock as the alter ego to Orlando Magic guard Penny Hardaway. 

Claymation never played so well as the moment when Lil Penny hit on Tyra Banks.

 

 
 

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