Saturday, November 27, 2010



Pharrell says Lupe could join N.E.R.D

Canadian-born supermodel Daria Werbowy famed as the face of Prada and Lancôme, has posed completely nude for French Vogue‘s fashionable new calendar which will be available as a supplement to its upcoming Christmas issue with a “fantasy and sensuality” theme, guest-edited by Tom Ford. The statuesque stunner wears nothing but some gold Louis Vuitton jewelry which seems to be all the adornment she needs. Werbowy was named the eighth highest paid supermodel in the world for 2010, earning $4.5 million. Her other ad campaigns include Yves Saint Laurent, Roberto Cavalli, Gucci, Hermès,Valentino, David Yurman, Missoni, Versace, Louis Vuitton and Chanel.

Chris Brown: In My Zone 2

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Friday, November 12, 2010


Here is another really well done projection, this time on the new Ralph Lauren women store in NYC.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

RECAP: Chicago

RECAP: On saturday, i had the honor to sit in on a Jason Fried's ending keynote at the CEO event in Chicago. Towards the end, Ryan Holmes asked this question “What’s your take on the true value of a university education?”-
This was posted by Jason's Fried's blog yesterday-

Today I gave my last conference talk for a while. Next year I’m going to focus on our own 37signals events. It feels good to not have any external speaking obligations in 2011.
At the end of the talk I took some Q&A. The last question was asked by a guy in the front row. He said “What’s your take on the true value of a university education?” I shared my general opinion (summary: great socially, but not realistic enough academically) and ended with a description of a course I’d like to see taught in college. In fact, I’d like to teach it.
It would be a writing course. Every assignment would be delivered in five versions: A three page version, a one page version, a three paragraph version, a one paragraph version, and a one sentence version.
I don’t care about the topic. I care about the editing. I care about the constant refinement and compression. I care about taking three pages and turning it one page. Then from one page into three paragraphs. Then from three paragraphs into one paragraph. And finally, from one paragraph into one perfectly distilled sentence.
Along the way you’d trade detail for brevity. Hopefully adding clarity at each point. This is important because I believe editing is an essential skill that is often overlooked and under appreciated. The future belongs to the best editors.
Each step requires asking “What’s really important?” That’s the most important question you can ask yourself about anything. The class would really be about answering that very question at each step of the way. Whittling it all down until all that’s left is the point.
I hope to be able to teach this class one day.