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Steven A. Grasse

Chief Executive Officer

Gyro Worldwide

HQ Phone:  (215) 922-5220

Email: s***@***.com

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Steven Grasse: Executive Producer/FHP
Steven Grasse is CEO of the multi-faceted marketing firm, Gyro Worldwide in Philadelphia.


Print Liberation

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The wallpaper features "portraits of all the famous people in history who have profited by growing tobacco," explains Gyro founder/CEO Steven Grasse.


Quaker City Mercantile: News & Press

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In fact, Gyro Worldwide CEO, Steve Grasse, sees Bikini Bandits as a post-feminist attack on the way women are portrayed in modern culture, especially by advertising.
According to the artist's statement on The Arcadia Project (which he describes as "a sequence of five projects that together form a phenomenology of attentional economics and American pop culture at the beginning of the 21st century): ATTN: STEVE GRASSE SEEKS TO JOIN MATTHEW BARNEY AND DAMIEN HIRST AMONG THE RANKS OF THE WORLD'S FOREMOST CONCEPTUAL ARTISTS In fact, Quaker City Mercantile (formerly known as Gyro Worldwide) CEO, Steve Grasse, sees Bikini Bandits as a post-feminist attack on the way women are portrayed in modern culture, especially by advertising. According to the artist's statement on The Arcadia Project (which he describes as "a sequence of five projects that together form a phenomenology of attentional economics and American pop culture at the beginning of the 21st century):


Quaker City Mercantile: News & Press

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by Steven Grasse
At the time this outlook on Philadelphia was written, Steven Grasse's company Gyro Worldwide had yet to switch to Quaker City Mercantile. According to a press release regarding this change, the transition represents a maturation. "Gyro Worldwide, the Philadelphia ad agency known for its iconoclastic makeovers of some of the world's largest brands, is undergoing a metamorphosis into a new creature, like caterpillar becoming a butterfly. As of today, Gyro Worldwide is no more. In its place is Quaker City Mercantile (QCM), a company that aims to produce much more than advertising. ... The change from Gyro to QCM reflects changes in American popular culture, and the maturation of Gyro's founder, Steve Grasse."


Quaker City Mercantile: News & Press

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ATTN: STEVE GRASSE SEEKS TO JOIN MATTHEW BARNEY AND DAMIEN HIRST AMONG THE RANKS OF THE WORLD'S FOREMOST CONCEPTUAL ARTISTS
In fact, Quaker City Mercantile (formerly known as Gyro Worldwide) CEO, Steve Grasse, sees Bikini Bandits as a post-feminist attack on the way women are portrayed in modern culture, especially by advertising. According to the artist's statement on The Arcadia Project (which he describes as "a sequence of five projects that together form a phenomenology of attentional economics and American pop culture at the beginning of the 21st century): In fact, Gyro Worldwide CEO, Steve Grasse, sees Bikini Bandits as a post-feminist attack on the way women are portrayed in modern culture, especially by advertising. According to the artist's statement on The Arcadia Project (which he describes as "a sequence of five projects that together form a phenomenology of attentional economics and American pop culture at the beginning of the 21st century):


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