The MET explains their thinking behind it’s new digital presence. Including this great response on thinking beyond your direct competition, said by Sree Sreenivasan (Met’s chief digital officer): “People ask me: What is your biggest competition? Is it MoMA? Guggenheim? Our competition is Netflix. Candy Crush. It’s life in 2016.”
Vice is launching their own TV channel and Gretel did the branding, which is great. As they say: “The objective, null design brings the personalities, content and tone of each show to the foreground while allowing for diversity in composition and messaging, and smooth translation to any platform.” Well done!
The amount of surrealism, weirdness and imagination that went into these paintings are from another world. It somewhat works hallucinating. Especially when you know this man lived in the 16th century! Zoom in (& fade out) to his work and go check out the exposition in Den Bosch till may this year.
This to me is more than just a set of tracks. This compilation proofs what a mix should do. Because it’s so sublimely mixed and has such a great selection of tracks it’s magically able to set the mood, very special this one!
It’s hard to find somebody without knowing his or her screen name. This is by design. “We’ve made it very hard for parents to embarrass their children,” Spiegel said at a conference in January. “It’s much more for sharing personal moments than it is about this public display.”