• Pogo: Wishery

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  • RIP Andy Irons

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    We're a few days late on the announcement, but we were sad to hear pro surfer Andy Irons passed away on Tuesday. He had reportedly been battling with dengue fever, a viral disease. Very sad news.

  • We Who Are Young Are Old

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    Based on Dylan Thomas’ poem, “We Who Are Young Are Old,” the latest short film from director Matt Lambert explores abstract themes of loss of innocence, pain, growth and rebirth.

    We Who Are Young Are Old from Matt Lambert on Vimeo.

    Credits:
    Director: Matt Lambert
    Cinematography: Michael Ragen
    Styling: Mark Holmes @ SEE Management
    Art Direction: Carline Celis
    Edit: Peter O’Donovan @ Final Cut, LA
    Online and VFX: Gavin Camp @ The Mill, LA
    Original Score and Sound Design: Terressa Tate @ Final Cut, NYC
    Featuring Burberry, Billy Reid and Robert Geller

  • The Lesson Here? Do Not Feed Children Orville Redenbacher Popcorn.

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    Be interested to see what happens to Redenbacher sales as a result of this. The box in the spot looks just like theirs.

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  • Sucker Punch: Trailer

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  • Pentagram's Paula Scher on Drawing with Type

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    Paula Scher’s sharp typographic wit and bold design strokes have resulted in a soaring 40-year career, that has taken her from record cover art director for Atlantic and CBS Records in the 1970s to partner at influential design bureau, Pentagram. In this short film - shown at the Architecture and Design Film Festival in New York - she talks about some of her seminal works, including that iconic Citibank logo and landmark identity for the Public Theatre in New York, and reveals the one piece of advice that has served her her whole life.

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  • Gatwick Airport Unveils 'Discovery Tour' Using Barcodes

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    Gatwick Airport has unveiled a novel way of giving passengers a glimpse inside the progress of its £1 billion reconstruction project, through a barcode 'Gatwick Discovery Tour.' Becoming the only airport in the world to use standard barcodes as an audio-visual information tool, Gatwick worked with stickybits, whose free mobile application is used to scan the codes with smartphones to provide details about the airport's upgrade and progress. Agency: The Rabbit Agency.

  • Don Draper Says What?

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