The new Myspace is about reimagining discovery, “Discovered & to be Discovered” both conventionally and unconventionally. Myspace is still all about meeting new people, finding new content, engaging in rich onsite experiences and being personally discovered.
Core cultures are: self-expression / rebellion / edge / passion / freedom / fun / beauty / eye candy / sex / release / sacredness / bleeding edge / exclusivity / ever changing / always different… POP CULTURE!
The Evolution will not be Televised.
FP7 wanted promotional posters for an event as well as to hand out to clients. The key idea to the project was to base the posters on Key insights about the agency world, that would make someone think: “Oh! that totally makes sense” In terms of design direction, they wanted something “Classic” but with an edge – that their clients or future employees would want to keep. We decided to do this using typography and grid systems. We tried to make each poster different from the next. Creative director Fadi Yaish & copywriter Steve De Lange helped me to put this project together. If you like these please go to my behance page and appreciate Thanks so much!
I was very reluctant visiting India due to the horror stories I’ve heard about getting sick and having to eat Indian food every day. Not to mention missing out on a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Don’t get it twisted, I like Indian food as I like steak but I wouldn’t want to eat steak every day either. Boy was I wrong! The worst Indian food in India [which I never had] is still 100X’s better than the best in N.Y. I ate it just about every day as well as chai at breakfast. I did not get sick [thanks to daily probiotics and bottled water] and saw some of the most beautiful sights the country has to offer. I also was able to visit the markets – the best way to describe them is “chinatown on meth”. These photos are just a few [of thousands] taken during the trip. Here is Delhi [New and Old]. I also visited Rajasthan, Agra, Jaipur, and Goa. This trip really opened my eyes and I hope to someday return. More pictures to come later.
Here’s the skinny – i need your help and the best part is it’s super easy! All i need you to do to show support is click the image above or goto this link - click me – and just click “vote” on the image above or the one titled Mingadigm (that’s me?!) to vote for my inclusion in this exhibition described below! super simple, it helps the process if while you’re voting you are currently logged out of facebook, doesn’t like that for some reason. 1 click is fantastic, but in order to win it’s all about the numbers; so if you’d be so kind as to click “vote” once a day everyday until voting closes, you’d be completely awesome. thanks for the help. regards minga
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Become one of the 20 Designers featured in the design gallery at Weapons of Mass Creation Fest 2011. Hundreds are considered for this opportunity and you will receive great exposure for your work. It will be seen by hundreds of people (pretty influential people I might add) throughout the festival and the following week.
Talk about getting your name out there and rubbing shoulders with some of the best! Not only will you earn a spot in the gallery, but your name/link will be featured on wmcfest.com and on all print materials!
Hey check out the hat of the month at http://www.stitchtherapybrooklyn.com/hom.php?page=idyll
After a productive self-initiated exile from the market, our private design and fashion label, Serum Versus Venom prepares for re-launch. Founded in 2005 as a reaction to the ubiquity of modern streetwear, SVSV will boldly attempt to follow in our own initial footsteps into the avant garde.
SVSV Re-Launch Campaign just wrapped.