On politics.
Oct30

On politics.

With all the debating, and upcoming elections, there are a lot of thoughts stirring, questions being asked, arguments, etc. I don’t follow politics. There. I just said it. Maybe I should. I am not sure. It is something that I have never been concerned or interested in. But there are a few things that I do know. People have opinions, and they love to say them. They love to take sides, they love to debate. And I am not against...

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Amazing art.
Oct25

Amazing art.

Recently I came across an amazing artist-Tom Fruin. One need only see one example of his work to understand just how talented he is {see pictures below}. Tom was born 1974 in Los Angeles, California and now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. His recently designed kaleidoscopic water tower is in itself incredible…next time I am in NYC, I am going to make sure I go out of my way to go see it!...

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Running a good business in the race of life.
Oct20

Running a good business in the race of life.

We all stand on the brink of uncertainty. We don’t know what will happen next. Even the most well laid plans can go by the wayside. What we see as a masterpiece, others could not think less of. And, as in life, the same goes with business. We make plans, we lay out the map, but even the best made plans can go awry. Why? Because it all depends on the consumer.  Client. Customer. it is all the same. It is what any company needs to...

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Logos – old or new?
Oct14

Logos – old or new?

What is a Logo? Some of the less knowledgeable would perhaps say that Logos are something that has only come around since technology , since large businesses, etc. They are, as a a matter of fact, quite wrong. Remember the old signs out in the Wild West? For a saloon, there would be a jug of whiskey on the sign, alongside the writing. Go farther back, and you find a theater sign that has a mask on the sign…keep going and you...

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Are you never hugged? This vest may be your new best friend.
Oct12

Are you never hugged? This vest may be your new best friend.

Living in a world that celebrates social media, and narrowing it down to Facebook in particular,  Melissa Kit Chow (in collaboration with Andy Payne and Phil Seaton as part of MIT’s Tangible Media Group), has designed this vest, seeking to find the connection between digital data and physicality. The “Like- A- Hug Vest”,  inflates when a something of yours is “liked” on Facebook,  producing an effect of feeling...

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