Filed under: Blogging, Blogs, Design, Entertainment, Music, Technology | Tags: Apple, iPod, Laptop, Mac, Macintosh, Music
With numerous claims and suggestions that Apple will be releasing a revamped iPod Nano and iPod Touch and possibilities of a Macbook update, Apple fanatics are eagerly await. What are your predictions for the September 9th media event? Any thoughts as to what Steve Jobs may have up his sleeve next?
Filed under: Design, Entertainment, Music, Sculpture, Technology, Uncategorized
I want this! Angelo Brisimitzakis at Lehigh University, Pennsylvania has featured his step by step process of integrating an iPod with its remote into a classic 1985 Ghettoblaster.
*Thanks Dave Saturdays
I can’t stop watching this video. I’ve been a big fan of Grizzly Bear for some time now, but I haven’t indulged myself with their live/acoustic performances and I’m not sure why. The harmonies and setting are impeccable in this clip, enjoy.
Filed under: Art, Art Direction, Clothing, Design, Entertainment, Graphic Design, Illustration, Music
After adventuring through Jennie Hancock’s website, I noticed that she worked for the creative characters at Zip Design. They had an impressive collection of work (and a lot of it too) that I felt I needed to share. The above images are a series that was entitled The Four Horsemen (Pestilence, War, Famine and Death).
Filed under: Art, Art Direction, Design, Entertainment, Graphic Design, Illustration, Music, Video, YouTube
I’ve been meaning to share a couple of these for quite some time, while the first musical artist was just brought to my attention. Enjoy the videos!
^ Sam Sparro- Black and Gold
^ Ludo- Love Me Dead, I love the creativity exhibited in this music video. Great artistic direction.
^ Keedz- Stand on the Word, This Justice-esque song was created by the artistic direction of Superdeux.
Filed under: Art, Art Direction, Design, Graphic Design, Informal, Life, Music, Work
Most recently I had an interview with the gentlemen at White Bicycle, a design studio located in Buffalo, NY. With hopes to add me as The Bike’s third designer, along side of Brian Grunert and Kyle Morrissey, I shall be lucky enough to work with two designers responsible for Grammy Nominated work.
They have a fantastic collection of CD work that is accompanied by a .pdf portfolio online worth a look.
For any of you recent graduates who possess a job you’re excited about or proud to be working for, do not hesitate to send me the link to your company’s website and I’ll be sure to post a link to their site as well.
These kids rip it apart!
*via Hunting Lodge.