Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam hired Adrien Bindi and Rick Herrera, two top creatives coming from San Francisco. Bindi previously spent three years as art director at Goodby Silverstein & Partners, producing the award-winning ‘Battle for Milkquarious’, a bizar 70’s inspired and over-the-top 20-minute rock opera for Got Milk? Before GS&P Bindi worked at Taxi, Fallon and Leo Burnett. Herrera, copywriter, joins W+K Amsterdam from twofifteen – formerly known as TAG/San Francisco. One of the latest projects he worked on was Xbox ‘The Life’, according to the press release, one of the “most awarded pieces of TV work of 2010”. He also worked on the famous Halo 3 ‘Believe’ campaign – winning two (!) Cannes Grand Prix in 2008. Clearly a strong reinforcement for W+K. Make our city shine, guys.