It’s all coming together.
Huge congrats to the entire team who put a lot of effort into helping make this happen.
#tbt April 2012;
Thank god for Paul Rudd.
Awesome - was just thinking of this technique today b/c there are some fantastic lenticular paintings in the offices of the Hearst building.
Lenticular Paintings by Rafaël Rozendaal
Two of these are mine. I love them so much.
If you are in New York City between now and January 18th, you should stop by the Postmasters in Tribeca to see this show. The work is incredible.
The movies aren’t dead, they ain’t even left the house. The problem is that making the kinds of movies that would wake them up and check on their pulse has gone out of fashion. TV is hardly the better medium, it’s just been using what it has better than its rival. How long this will go on is anyone’s guess.
No, you didn’t invent Twitter,” he says. “I didn’t invent Twitter either. Neither did Biz. People don’t invent things on the Internet. They simply expand on an idea that already exists.
Brand calls for “systems that serve the planet”
Good one from Matt
The good folks at Playboy gave me 8,000 words in this month’s issue to tell the story of the irrepressible Tim Tracy and his nightmarish adventures in Venezuela. Enjoy. M
Featuring Win Butler noodling in the
living room studio
There’s so much content out there now, it’s hard to know what to watch but it’s also hard to even hear about things anymore. I’m sure there are tons of good movies that have come out in the past few months that I’ve missed simply because I didn’t hear about them. So if you can narrow your group of tastemakers, and say, if something’s good I’ll probably hear about it from them, that’s hopefully what good content-brands will do.