Pixel and print edition of the New York Times.
A little late, and to make up for it, with an excerpt of Malcolm Gladwell on the music in his life.
A most immediate, inherent, creative execution of the brand's famous claim: "Kids and grown-ups love it so".
On top of their game with this are Leo’ Thjnk Tank with director Matt Devine and production company Tony Peterson Film.
Aint no man who drags a trolley behind him. A man carries his bag.
It was not lost, neither on Leo Burnett nor on Thjnk, that their client's restaurant's can often be found at urban transit train, and underground train stations.
A bona fide open source one pager powered by everyone's Wordpress, accompanies Elizabeth Warren's presidential campaign.
When I looked at and listened to a listing of top 100 songs of 2018, I found it difficult to not dismiss nearly all songs and their cover art.
For the first cover of the New Year, Harry Bliss, a cartoonist at heart, chose to riff on the Puck Building, one of the great surviving structures of New York’s old publishing district.
An illustrated look back (in disbelieve) at the past couple hours. The New Yorker, Dec 31, 1966.
“Come, come, come, come, come along now Run away from the hum-drum We'll go to a place that is safe from Greed, anger and boredom”
Mark Ronson - Nothing Breaks Like a Heart, music video ft. Miley Cyrus.
In 2019 the baby boomers dominion comes to an end: Then the millennials with a different cultural imprint will outnumber the boomers.
Let’s savor these last fleeting moments