Building a Successful Creative Culture: 3 Questions Leaders Must Ask Themselves - As a leader you might think you have culture, but look closely and be honest with yourself. Is it authentic? http://bit.ly/inc-culture
Interview with kozyndan up now at the Left Field Project -
They have just posted a perhaps enlightening interview with us. The Left Field Project is a well done site that get personal with creatives from all fields. We are honored to have been selected! Please check them out!
Oh, The Mash-Up Marriage. We’ve discussed how complicated it can be to marry someone who isn’t like you culturally at all. But what if you marry pretty much the opposite of a Mash-Up — oh, say, a white blonde lady from Oklahoma — and it turns out your America is very different from her America? How do you share with someone whose family has been in this country for generations, who looks like an “American,” whose parents’ native language is English, what it means to have become an American, like, yesterday?
Now this is a collaboration I can truly appreciate. @tapatiohotsauce and @thehundreds, a match made in heaven. Thanks again @bobbyhundreds. #TheHundredsxTapatio
Have you met our #yumazing #discoshark?
Alex Bogusky has been called many things throughout his career: designer, marketer, author, creative director- even an idea man. All great things, but none of which I think will accurately define the body of work Alex leaves behind. In my opinion, Alex will be best known as an advocate. Not just for the work he has recently done for consumers, but for the work he will do for the human race. Wow, what a grand statement! I hope for the entirety of the human race I’m right.
Full interview: www.leftfieldproject.com/alex-bogusky
Tavi Gevinson ”Lately I’ve found that I’ve been saying ‘This is how this is supposed to feel’ to myself a lot. So I guess keep your expectations low and know that this was never meant to be easy and the world is huge and people are many and now is such a small moment in time so learn about science and let it put everything in perspective instead of making you feel insignificant. But also, be okay with feeling insignificant. And also, consider what every situation is truly about, even if it’s unpleasant. This requires a lot of energy, so sleep often and don’t waste time on dumb websites or with bad friends who make you feel lousy. Most importantly, don’t listen to me.”
Full interview: leftfieldproject.com/tavi-gevinson
Andy Jenkins, Art/Creative Director at GIRL - interview