WITH A PASSION

Apr 24

One of these men is not like the other / Tobey Maguire is a lame.

One of these men is not like the other / Tobey Maguire is a lame.

(Source: airows)

Apr 23

“Maybe everybody else knows this, but what is the difference between the pager and the email?” —

Chief justice John Roberts (via maxistentialist)

What. – merlin

We are fuuuuuuuuuuuu’d.

(via merlin)

[video]

John Oliver on the Luxurious 'Freedom' of HBO, His Complicated Relationship With NYC -

HBO will stream its shows to cord cutters for the first time on Amazon Instant Video -

This deal, for content long since aired, only hurts a possible Apple TV for what the deal portends: a world where Amazon could get first & fast digital distribution for recently aired HBO tv shows.

[video]

THE ACE

THE ACE

(via brthbe)

(Source: behance.net, via brthbe)

Apr 22

brynnasaurus:

I might be super late to the party but did everyone else notice this? lololol

brynnasaurus:

I might be super late to the party but did everyone else notice this? lololol

arcaneimages:

And if you don’t like it…the doors over there. 
Via Jordie Bellaire ‏@whoajordie  16h
Good news. If you want a shirt with a positive message Steven Finch and I came up with this for you. pic.twitter.com/PlGcedKTPb

arcaneimages:

And if you don’t like it…the doors over there. 

Via  16h

Good news. If you want a shirt with a positive message Steven Finch and I came up with this for you.

fuckjerry:

Daft Punk, Kanye, Pharrell

fuckjerry:

Daft Punk, Kanye, Pharrell

MTV’s True Life: I’m Awfully Thirsty All Of A Sudden

MTV’s True Life: I’m Awfully Thirsty All Of A Sudden

“Ugh, well, if it had to happen, better now than later.”

laughingsquid:

Makeup Artist Paints the Covers of Eight Classic Music Albums Onto Her Face as a Tribute to Record Store Day

Needs Watch The Throne or One Life Stand.

laughingsquid:

Makeup Artist Paints the Covers of Eight Classic Music Albums Onto Her Face as a Tribute to Record Store Day

Needs Watch The Throne or One Life Stand.

Holy crap, Richard Turley is leaving Businessweek:
richardturley:

Some sort of goodbye letter
Four years ago, almost to the day, the redesigned Bloomberg Businessweek arrived on newsstands. The distance from that point to this seems to have passed within the blink of an eye, and has been one of the best and most unexpected adventures I’ve ever had. 
The risk Bloomberg took in hiring someone from another continent, with limited experience and little or no knowledge of business magazines struck me as brave at the time. What I didn’t realize then was that it wasn’t really bravery – more just a desire to not follow the conventional wisdom of what our magazine could be. 
That principle is the result of the people here, exemplified most notably by Josh. Hands down the best boss and editor I have ever worked for, but also and more importantly - my partner in crime, and someone who deserves far more credit for the design of the magazine than he ever allows himself to receive. I will miss him forever. But that spirit of adventure and experimentation that starts with him, runs throughout. No more so than within the art department, who so often pushed me far more than I ever pushed them; and who have an ambition I haven’t found anywhere else. 
The point of this isn’t some sort of self-aggrandizing nostalgia trip (but hey, screw it, maybe that’s exactly what this is), but a chance for me to say thank you; to everyone at Bloomberg, Josh of course, but specifically to Cindy and David, Tracy, Rob, Emily and Emily, Chris, Jaci, Chandra, Shawn, Lee, Evan, Alis, Meagan, Donna, Diana, Dorothy, Jane, Jennifer, Allison, Maayan, Kristin, Brad, Bryant, Ellen, Bryan, Jim, Chris, Eric, Emma, Kurt, Mark, Susan, Ken, David,  Karen, Norm, Jim, Lisa, Justin, Marc, Zazie, Katie, Caroline…  SO MANY MORE PEOPLE. 
Bloomberg is a place where design matters, and never more so than now, as our design thinking is being integrated all over the business. This is a good time to be here. To take what we’ve done so far, push it forward, and improve it. 
So why am I leaving? Well, after writing all this, I’m wondering the same thing.. but it’s time for me to learn something new and work with different content for a different audience. MTV has always created culture and ideas that define generations. The opportunity to work with animators, video artists, journalists, designers, musicians, artists - creating content, creating culture, for an audience as big as MTV’s is really exciting. Plus, it turns out there comes a time when your son’s approval of you becomes as - if not more - important than your approval of him. Apropos of that, promising him a ticket for the VMAs seems to have gone down well. (MTV doesn’t know about this yet. Please don’t tell them).
So farewell. Goodbye. So long. Bye. See you later. I’m going now. Yeah.. nearly there. Definitly going now. I’m off. See ya. Yup, I’m going. Haven’t quite left yet. Walking out. Now. Bye. Actually I’m around till Thursday. Just want to draw this out a bit longer. OK. That’s it.

Holy crap, Richard Turley is leaving Businessweek:

richardturley:

Some sort of goodbye letter

Four years ago, almost to the day, the redesigned Bloomberg Businessweek arrived on newsstands. The distance from that point to this seems to have passed within the blink of an eye, and has been one of the best and most unexpected adventures I’ve ever had. 

The risk Bloomberg took in hiring someone from another continent, with limited experience and little or no knowledge of business magazines struck me as brave at the time. What I didn’t realize then was that it wasn’t really bravery – more just a desire to not follow the conventional wisdom of what our magazine could be. 

That principle is the result of the people here, exemplified most notably by Josh. Hands down the best boss and editor I have ever worked for, but also and more importantly - my partner in crime, and someone who deserves far more credit for the design of the magazine than he ever allows himself to receive. I will miss him forever. But that spirit of adventure and experimentation that starts with him, runs throughout. No more so than within the art department, who so often pushed me far more than I ever pushed them; and who have an ambition I haven’t found anywhere else. 

The point of this isn’t some sort of self-aggrandizing nostalgia trip (but hey, screw it, maybe that’s exactly what this is), but a chance for me to say thank you; to everyone at Bloomberg, Josh of course, but specifically to Cindy and David, Tracy, Rob, Emily and Emily, Chris, Jaci, Chandra, Shawn, Lee, Evan, Alis, Meagan, Donna, Diana, Dorothy, Jane, Jennifer, Allison, Maayan, Kristin, Brad, Bryant, Ellen, Bryan, Jim, Chris, Eric, Emma, Kurt, Mark, Susan, Ken, David,  Karen, Norm, Jim, Lisa, Justin, Marc, Zazie, Katie, Caroline…  SO MANY MORE PEOPLE. 

Bloomberg is a place where design matters, and never more so than now, as our design thinking is being integrated all over the business. This is a good time to be here. To take what we’ve done so far, push it forward, and improve it. 

So why am I leaving? Well, after writing all this, I’m wondering the same thing.. but it’s time for me to learn something new and work with different content for a different audience. MTV has always created culture and ideas that define generations. The opportunity to work with animators, video artists, journalists, designers, musicians, artists - creating content, creating culture, for an audience as big as MTV’s is really exciting. Plus, it turns out there comes a time when your son’s approval of you becomes as - if not more - important than your approval of him. Apropos of that, promising him a ticket for the VMAs seems to have gone down well. (MTV doesn’t know about this yet. Please don’t tell them).

So farewell. Goodbye. So long. Bye. See you later. I’m going now. Yeah.. nearly there. Definitly going now. I’m off. See ya. Yup, I’m going. Haven’t quite left yet. Walking out. Now. Bye. Actually I’m around till Thursday. Just want to draw this out a bit longer. OK. That’s it.