Reader Emily Stewart has created a series of short videos on topics ranging from How Millionaires Go Broke to Why Women Make Better Business Leaders. In this piece from Minute MBA, she cartoons her way through ninety seconds about how Apple innovates.
Yoann Lemoine is a man of hats. Musician, director, graphic designer. His music videos for pouty-lipped Lana Del Rey are among his most notable acheivements. This year, the MVPA voted himBest Director of the Year. Yoann’s indie muscian stage name is Woodkid, and I find this video he directed to be a brilliant blend of […]
Clever video for Getty Images. With bingo there is hope.
I’m taken with the charming hand-made feel of this music video from Lorenzo Papace.
When I was approached to work on a rebranding project for jcpenney, I have to admit I was hesitant. But when I heard that Ron Johnson was the new sherrif in town, I was absolutely giddy. If anyone qualifies as Retail God, it’s Ron. (If you’re not familiar with Ron, he was the brains behind […]
It’s intermission time here at Brand66. So relax, put up your feet, and enjoy the quirky mirth of World Order. Bless you, YouTube.
Love this crazy animation for Transmediale, an annual festival which celebrates the relationship between technology and culture.
Spoiler alert: no broken legs, shattered collarbones or cracked skulls. Neverthess, this film should be rated D for “Don’t show your kids unless you have really, really good medical coverage.” Way Back Home follows Danny MacAskill on a journey from Edinburgh back to his hometown Dunvegan, in the Isle of Skye. The cinematography is stunning (make sure […]
Words really are inadequate for such a man. One of the best pieces of writing was penned by my friend Ken Segall for The Crazy Ones. He recorded Steve Jobs and Richard Dryfus for the voice over. Steve preferred Richard. But in hindsight, Steve’s reading couldn’t be more perfect. Never before aired:
3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage. One sweet study in movement by Rick Mereki.