I was going through my daily dose of Jezebel.com and came across this article: “Spencer’s Gifts Hate Women.” Some of this holiday gift shirts are pretty appalling and really not necessary. Do guys think they’ll become the ‘shit’ by wearing these around town? I can only imagine the d-bags at college campuses stocking up on these and gleaming when they get that high five from fellow d-bags as they walk down the hall in Spencers honor. Do they not realize that people that wear these shirts are demeaning females including their mom, sisters, cousins, etc. Men need to grow up and realize that this type of mindset is really a turn off for the female population. So please, creative directors at Spencers…get some more creativity. Take a look below for more photos of these great photos!
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All of my freelancer friends out there, what do you think of this infographic from Mashable this past June? According to the article, being a freelancer isn’t so bad these days. I definitely don’t regret my choice of quitting my full-time job and going rogue. My work/life balance hasn’t been better, I’m able to be my own boss, and I’ve been able to become a more responsible adult in the sense that I don’t just have cash growing on trees to help me with my rent and bills. All in all, going freelance seems to be a common lifestyle choice these days, and I hope you’re all happy going rogue and just ‘doing you!’
“The good news is that according to the study, the longer you freelance, the happier you’ll be beating to your own drum.”
Each episode opens with a static shot of the show’s title filling the screen, in place of a more complex sequence. No animation, no video—just text on a solid background. The colors change from week to week; Nourmand calls this “a playful touch,” but it also creates a palette that builds in sophistication with the series. The stripped-down simplicity perfectly matches Dunham’s vision. There are no tutus or glamour shots of the Chrysler Building, just a direct and elegant typeface inviting us in.
It was really interesting to see the process of creating these different fonts and styles by the agency behind the custom “Girls” typeface. Can’t wait to get my hands dirty and learn more about typography in the coming months!
This video was for Ogilvy’s 60th Anniversary Forever Red Party in 2008, and pretty much showcases why this advertising tycoon has always been on top. As an advertising lover, I can definitely appreciate this video as well as be extremely inspired! Check out this book below that I found in a vintage bookstore in Old City for $5. The knowledge received from Ogilvy is priceless though.