Now That’s a Redesign Pitch

From the AT&T Archives: Saul Bass Pitch Video for Bell System Logo Redesign

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Cultural Innovation Is A Thing Of The Past

I’m not particularly mad at Kurt Andersen’s You Say You Want a Devolution? piece in Vanity Fair.

image via geeklawblog

Generation Hustle

An insightful essay by William Deresiewicz about the culture of young people that are making their way in the world today.

(graphic by Greg Lamarche)


A Steve Jobs Timeline

Never knew Apple was founded on April Fools day.

See it all here, and peep his first tv appearance after the jump.

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How to Make Money in 6 Easy Steps

A nice read in INC.

The Original ALIFE Business Card

©1999, 6 color printing, UV coating and matt varnish on Strathmore bright white, 88lb cover stock. 1 14/16” X 3”, packaged with 1 Kitchen Magic cap sealed in a 4 mil reclosable polyethylene bag.

Reminds me of what FAT CAP was doing back in the day as t-shirt tags. Been trying to track down those tees forever.

This Guy’s Onto Something…

From Alex Blagg’s A Bajillion Hits Super Important Internet Predictions For 2k11.

via, buzzfeed


Originally published in 2003, Sponsorship: The Fine Art Of Corporate Sponsorship/the Corporate Sponsorship Of Fine Art by Ryan McGinness is nothing new.  It is however extremely refreshing to read to artists insights into corporate sponsorships seven years ago when ‘selling out’ meant something completely different.

The Workspaces of Champions

Vanity Fair takes a look at the desks of some pretty successful people, including those of Aaron Sorkin (above), Christopher Bailey, and Martha Stewart. Missing? The Best Mug Ever, obviously.

The Best Headline We Read Yesterday

From Valleywag: Wired Says ‘The Web is Dead’ — On Its Increasingly Profitable Website

This would be really annoying


“Apple is seeking a patent for technology that displays advertising on almost anything that has a screen of some kind: computers, phones, televisions, media players, game devices and other consumer electronics.”

Read this article in the NY Times

100 Most Creative People in Business


I have been sleeping on this one all week…

Fast Company’s latest issue features who they think are the 100 most Creative People in Business.  There are some names familiar to us (KAWS, Brian Eno, JJ Abrams), a lot that aren’t, and one or two that don’t make too much sense (near the end of the list). The Web version trumps the print (although the print is better designed), featuring great add-ons including a google trends module, video clips, stock reports, and even they’re twitter.  Nice job on that.

See the entire list here

photo courtesy of KAWS

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