Show me how to live, Hood By Air voguers.
(Source: stopdropandvogue, via julianahuxtable)
Fuck you, sir.
'So Rachael, did you just ask your colleagues to make upsettingly sexual Valentines Day Vines and they went along with it because they're good people?'
'Yes. Yes I did.'
This is Lydia.
Another tasteful Valentine from Ryan.
Ryan started as an intern at our agency and is now everyone’s favourite person. I think you’ll understand after watching this.
Here’s Jon showing you how much he cares.
Today some colleagues and I decided to make some romantic vines for Valentines Day.
Written in the Bones. New comic, written by Christopher M. Jones & illustrated by Carey Pietsch.
I’m hoping to have printed copies of this at MOCCA, ABPCC, and TCAF this spring, and SPX in the fall! More info to come.
Adam Lisagor is part filmmaker, part techworld ad man, part Internet celebrity. A founding member of the cult podcast You Look Nice Today, his demo video for an app created as a fun side project became the beginning of Sandwich Video, a video production company cum ad agency with a client roster featuring some of the most exciting tech companies of our day. I spoke to Adam about his earliest encounters with the Internet, Sandwich Video’s creative process, and shadowy cabals plotting about pink camouflage.
I briefly mentioned my new blog, Let Me Ask You a Thing. It’s a series of interviews with creative people about how they do what they do, and it is very young and full of promise and, well, I just interviewed one of my personal heroes. I’ve never been prouder of something I’ve made. If you’re an ad wanker, comedy dweeb, Internet fanboy, sci fi nerd or art dork, then know that I made Let Me Ask You a Thing just for you.