My friend Mathias Ringstrom sent me this today & it’s just too funny not to post up. There’s a whole lot more to this post if you want to follow the jump.Gimme some more. Post a comment (0)
Ben Raybourn skates better in real life than most people do in video games. Wow.
The Revel fork I did the branding on for XFusion shocks got some love over on Pinkbike today. Fork looks incredible, can’t wait to try one out. I heard they ride better than they look, which should be downright amazing (if I do say so myself).
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Great article over on David Airey’s blog about negotiating design salary, with excerpts from Ted Leonhardt’s new book Nail It: Stories for Designers on Negotiating with Confidence. This is a great resource for both established & up and coming designers. I wish I’d had this info earlier in my career, it would have went a long way even if I would have been able to miss out on things like nightly ramen dinners or rent check roulette. Anyways, click on the link above or check out the complete article after the jump.
Congratulations to Thalia Surf Shop for taking the Surf Category championship in the 2014 March Logo Madness competition. En route to their win, they took out some heavy hitters; Quiksilver in the semifinals and RVCA in the finals! Good job by the little shop up the road!
March Logo Madness is back again! Brought back after such a tremendous response last year, the competition is back again this year! Updated so there’s four categories which get broken down into DAILY battles. VOTE EVERY DAY for your favorite logo from Surfing, Skateboarding, Snowboarding & Lifestyle. Click on the logo above or check out www.wedesignandconquer.com/march-logo-madness to check the days brackets & vote!
Pretty interesting thing on quoting a film in the 60s, pretty funny. Thanks Quipsologies!
Can’t wait for the big day, here’s a couple clips to hold you over until then.
Made the trek out to Palm Springs last weekend to check out Modernism Week. It’s no secret that PS is filled with great midcentury modern stuff but even then, I was completely blown away with how amazing it was. So much good stuff in such a small area, definitely worth checking out. Make sure you get your tickets early because everything sells out, fast. More after the jumpGimme some more. Post a comment (0)