This movie takes you to the brains behind the most creative advertisements to embark on our life time and how it has effected your lives, whether you know it or not. I was released in Sundance this year and I’m hoping this movie is shown in theaters very soon.
My sister used to work in the Time Warner Center and she mentioned to me about the Modern Art and Design museum soon to open. I was ecstatic hear it finally opened in September. Pentagram was the company to do it’s awesome graphic identity. I can’t wait to set foot in this place when I head back to NY and if you can’t make it there, check out the exterior and interior photos of the museum here.
I can’t work without a Wacom tablet. I bring it with my for any inhouse freelance work and the mouse is very bothersome to me. The photos of the box were revealed and now pictures of the tablet itself. No word on it yet, but Engadget states:
An anonymous tipster managed to snap a photo of a Future Shop inventory screen that shows four Intuos4 models and pricing: 4 x 6 inch small for $299, 6 x 9 inch medium for $479, 8 x 13 inch large for $999, and 12 x 19 extra large for $649. No clue why the extra large one is over $300 cheaper. They’re all apparently in stock at the distribution center, but there’s no word on when they’ll actually ship to stores.
Exciting news from Jochen who sent me these promo shots of a commercial they are doing to promote their booth in the next Bread and Butter tradeshow in July. More photos after the jump. Stay tune for more from the amazing clothing company.
updated: I forgot Jochen also sent me some of the portraits of the line, so after the jump are some photos that were NOT used in the catalog.
, the team of multimedia artist Bill Barminski and writer Christopher Louie. The combination of the stirring animation, Gibbards melodic voice, and the alluring story can cause this video to be a tear-jerker. Awesome, nontheless.