The annual book fair took place this past weekend at the MOCA Geffen in Little Tokyo. As usual, the place was packed and filled with work of all kinds from creatives. If you missed this year’s event, you can always try next year!
In a time where everything is within our grasp within seconds, information is now watered down, dim, and easily acquired. It has become boring and such a routine because everything is “Googled.” The best way to become inspired, in my personal experience, is to get away from the computer. Start reading, look at print, go outside, talk to strangers (as uncomfortable as it is), and start exploring.
Something is buzzing abouts the Interwebs, and that is drunk people who think they are HILARIOUS. First there was that married couple’s video of them getting hammered, telling the story of how they first met, and hiring their friends to act it out a la “Drunk History” style. It went viral almost instantly, garnering a gazillion views in under three days.
Now, Buzzfeed posted a video of Shoshana Bean’s drunk narration of the musical that made her a household Broadway name, “Wicked.” It is what exactly you’d expect from a drunk musical theatre actress.
With the release of Guillermo del Toro’s The Strain on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD, as well as the popular television series renewal for another 13 episode season, there’s no better time than now to relive the horror of the show. A Tale of Two Outbreaks chronicles The Strain’s most important moments in the television show and compares them its graphic novel counterpart, showcasing the differences and similarities in both adaptation of Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s original novel about the vampire outbreak while also featuring exclusive content from the home entertainment release of The Strain.
We’re stoked that our Oculus Rift development kit has finally arrived and we can begin exploring the possibilities of the VR machine. See what’s inside the box in the video or check out the pictures below.
The iPhone 6’s slow motion capabilities are put to good use by our development team.
If you’re struggling to come up with a brand positioning for your product or client, Positioning-Roulette is an ideation tool from Ulli Appelbaum that is designed to elevate your strategic thinking. The objective of Positioning-Roulette is to “stimulate creativity and help… find new solutions, make new connections, and look at your brand and category from a new perspective.” Though currently in Beta (which definitely shows), the utility can be helpful in providing you with a bird’s eye view of the strategic strengths and weaknesses in the positioning of your product.