Old but Relevant…
FILMography is an ongoing photo project by New York City journalist, Christopher Moloney. He finds very specific locations where popular movie scenes were filmed, and holds a printed photo from the movie in front of the real location. He chronicles these experiences on his Tumblr. We’d assume this takes a serious film buff and some hardcore research to find the actual locations of where these movies were filmed. Moloney also sells a limited number of signed prints through his site.
Gary Vaynerchuck breaks it down.
Kids These Days.
Look, but don’t touch. (pssst, it’s not real alcohol - just looks like it)
A sample from the YMP client list for an iPhone app. Creative director at ADYA COMM did a great job.
I used Google Glass. Ok, I really didn’t but, The Verge spends a day with two of Google Glass’ creators and gets up close and personal. Glass
should will revolutionize how we capture and experience content.
“Bringing technology closer to your senses… will allow you to connect in a faster way.” - Steve Lee, Product Director
Kanye questions the whole purpose of making music, but he didn’t stop there. (Heads Up: you may want to put on your head phones for this one).
“Since when [is] making music about getting rich? Since when [is] making art about getting rich?” - Kanye
I don’t normally post these but…
*Interesting article about post-marital name changes and personal branding.