On Vacay!

Much needed....I'll be back in a week (if I come back).
3 guesses where?


Gay? Oh I get it.

Friday smile. It's really that simple....isn't it.

VIA embaumsworld
VIA worldwidepinar


Gorgeous Aston Martin spot.

Aston Martin Reverie from Whitehouse Post on Vimeo.

OK, I'm in love.....

VIA thedenveregoist

Now this...is a vintage jeans ads.

Be the pride of the pack.


Harry Potter Love on Youtube.

See more here. Some are genius. Others are dumb. People have alot of free time....


Throwback Thursday: Jock Jams.

Don't try to act like you're not going hard in your cubicle right now.

I Am Designer: A Manifesto for Change.

A project that takes a lighthearted look at some of the failings of the design industry, many of which are more relevant than ever moving into the digital future...

Below is the text of the Manifesto, or Creed, I am not really sure how to define it

Unfortunately, unlike 'designer' labels or furniture, designers themselves are often not treated as a valuable commodity. There exists an unfortunate cultural history of exploitation in Visual Communication, and indeed the arts in general. Designers, especially young designers, are expected to work for little or no money, either to prove themselves, gain exposure, or provide spec work. Participating in such practices cheapens both the designer's work, and the Visual Communications industry in general, and demonstrates a lack of respect for the value of effective design. It is an unprofessional approach that is not tolerated in many other industries (You would not get you kitchen renovated, then decide when it is finnished that it is not quite what you had in mind, so you wont pay) Design has the possibility to push and enrich human experience; it explores, documents, evokes, situates, contextualizes, punctuates, subverts, contradicts, and communicates. Its value is long proven, but little understood.

......The world of visual communication is undergoing an incredible change. No longer are we bound by geography, free to share, inspire, learn, educate and collaborate with anyone in the world. In an industry defined by an intangible and unquantifiable commodity known as creativity, the internet has sparked a revolution.

We trade in ideas, and instantaneous communication has revolutionized the way we do business.

Moving into the digital future, where anyone with a computer and an Internet connection can be a designer, it is important that we address some of the issues stated above so that everyone is on the same page.

It's a revolution people. See and read more about it here. Designer Ben Crick breaks it down for us. He makes valid points....but remember. Every designers/creative mind is different. Blanket staments should be taken for what they are. Blankets.


Key Element Movie Wallpapers.

Personally, I think wallpapers are very 1999. But I like the idea behind these. Simplfilcation of very complex movies. See more here.


K-Swiss has a bad ass spot?

"I'm turnign shit on it's god damn head."

The Lindown.

1. Is the planking baby...going too far?

2. Harry Potter, then and now. Some of them where better on then.

4. Need a mini gay boyfriend? Pocket size and super gay...collect them all.

5. Tattoos for kids? Why the f*ck not. Let's make a website while we are at it.

6. Aubrey O'Day reacts to the Casey Anthony Case appropriately.

7. For the ladies, a hand bag that will finally ward off thieves....and anyone else for that matter.

8. Beyonce produces a David's Bridal spot....I mean music video.


Stereo Hearts mashup. Collin McLoughlin (New Artist Alert).

Not sure who Collin McLoughlin is....but this medley, covering a combo of three songs: “Stereo Hearts” by Gym Class Heroes featuring Adam Levine, “Just Can’t Get Enough” by Black Eyed Peas, and “Lazy Song” by Bruno Mars...is nice. I'm keeping my eyes out for this dude.

Anatomy of a Jumbo Freezie.

A truer diagram has never been made.

Wheel of Concept.

Beng a creative is tough. Tje demand for completely new ideas in little to no time is sometimes...overwhleming. But before you let out a tear for us, Tribal DDB may have solved all of our problems with thewheelofconcept. Go ahead....type in a brand. Spin the wheel. And you get a ready made pdf to present to the client (dont show it to account).

Funny idea, seeing as how this is exactly what the digital space does--sometimes. Ok...most of the time.

"thinking is one less think you have to think about."

Monday does of Awesome.

Some kid, goinging in, at some baseball game somewhere. Clearly...good genes.


Reading is Good, Ads.

Line: Read more movies.

I like this series. I think the Clockwork Orange execution is the best, but I will admit....I did try to read Clockwork Orange, and I failed miserably. So I went home and Netflixed it. Hah.


It's nice to be respected.

"I thought he was kind of a dick yesterday..."

- Mark Halperin, MSNBC coresspondent

I'm too Old for Air Force ones but....

If I was 10 years younger.


I'm sorry but....

Sleeping Beauty : The Three Lesbians.

Not suitable for work, or children or....anything really. Accept a laugh. I would tell you to get your minds out of the gutter, but then you wouln't be able to enjoy this.

VIA ben-kay

Old Navy hates America.

Hopefully your fourth of July was better than this Old Navy commercial. Which shouldn't be that difficult...all-in-all....


Come on...you know you want to sit.

You gotta love a chair that wants you.

Drake – Marvin’s Room

Drake ~ Marvins Room (Official Video) from OctobersVeryOwn on Vimeo.

This is my joint right now. Though I wish Wheel Chair Jimmy would call my girl up talking this nonsense....

The FDA plans on making these packages mandatory for all cigarettes sold in America. Oh but these are just a few....there are like 10 different designs. Gotta collect them all, huh?

These labels are frank, honest and powerful depictions of the health risks of smoking, and they will help encourage smokers to quit, and prevent children from smoking,” is there official statement. My opinion...this is a little bit much. If it were to pass, the cigarette koozie business will be booming.

I'm just saying....if you can't stop people from doing drugs illegally, what makes you think you can stop smokers?