Shot this what seems like forever ago in Portland. Then it sat on a hard drive, hiding from the world for a significant amount of time. Today, however, it's back. For real this time, with words and a layout. Finally.
Cleaning out junk on hard drives, and found an outtake from an old shoot with Twitter founders Biz Stone and Jack Dorsey. The image that ran as a cover for 7x7 was a complicated composite, but we sorta liked this one as a simple alternative.
One more from creepyweirdwhatdoesitmean house series... still not sure what it means.
In other news we're currently working on a segment for Keith Malloy's new body surfing movie, Come Hell or High Water. For it we've been hanging with hand plane guru and master of everything wood, Danny Hess. That's all this bird is chirping for now.
We've been aiming towards the goal of a new portfolio for quite some time. It's a long process for us, as we have so many ideas, yet they all take resources that sometimes are harder to pull together than others. We told ourselves that once we got close to the point of having all the new shtick together, we'd get a new website, then attack the world with new book in hand. Sure, sometimes it's hard to get everything done to launch at once, but we can handle, right?
News flash. This shit takes time, and I'm feeling antsy this morning. That said, here's a new one that most of you probably haven't seen yet. There's more to come. But for now, let your mind go, and enjoy.
We've got a series of outdoor ads running around town at the moment for the local non profit organization, sfisready.org. You can see it at bus stops, train stations, and all sorts of whacky, out-door-ad-tastic places. Yeah, I made that word up.
Here's a stack of post-card-tastic postcards, or something. Maybe that one didn't make as much sense. In any event, keep yer eyes peeled, and enjoy. Blam!