Anyone remembers the music video of "Virtual Insanity" from Jamiroquai? Well, this is the same with fat people and tacky furniture... IN A BOAT.
Allow me Spatziba...
With one day left to Bright's kickoff, everyone involved is getting ready for the social frenzy and the booth meetings. I have to admit that I couldn't care less for those things. But if there's one aspect that gets me going in tradeshows is the exhibitions. Far from being the best context to promote the arts, nevertheless they're one of the few places where brands decide to unload a big pile of cash onto creative people to do what they do best.
A great noir blog by a good friend of mine. If you're into grease, Waits, cigarettes or Hicks, you'll most likely enjoy this:
We had a chat with one of the masterminds behind some of the best campaigns in this lame marketing driven world we live in: Steve Gorrow. Insight's "Dopamine" and "Repeat after me..." egg-laying-chicken. I wouldn't exactly call this work Art (with capital letters), but hey, believe me, it really isn't that far from it...
...there's always someone watchin...
In Aruba, a Dutch and douche Marine dood loses an important piece of subaquatic equipment. Sometime later, somewhere in the Caribbean, a sea turtle tries to eat a camera and accidentally records itself and other fishes around it. A few weeks after these events, a random guy stumbles upon this same piece of machinery in Key West beach, Florida, and posts its content in youtube.
You know that the so called skate art is getting some proper attention when 'someone' like Google hits the spot. OK, Travis Millard is not exactly an underdog anymore, but this interview he did for the internet godzilla proves he's starting to get the recognition he deserves.