So we couldn’t help but notice that this week’s Family Guy talks about Nielsen Ratings. Peter requests puppets to help him decipher the confusing instructions. Sure looks like Seth Mcfarlane was inspired by our project with ESPN.
I love this project by Vahram Muratyan. The book is a beautiful object too. Not to mention it’s a great reference for snackable content a la This vs That. As for the video it was directed and edited by Tony Miotto, the audio really does a great job of bringing it all to life.
Being from Oregon, I have an inherent arrogance and self-proclaimed knowledge of all things lager, amber, ales, porters, stouts, hefeweizen, microbrewed, delicious and culturally profound.
New York based artist, and long-time cartoon fan Ray Sumser is currently in the process of drawing the entire cartoon universe.
Partnering with the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and in honor of the 50th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s 32 Campbell’s Soup Cans, Campbell’s Soup released 1.2 million limited-edition Andy Warhol inspired Campbell’s Tomato Soup cans to be sold exclusively at Target for .75 cents a pop. There are four different types of Warhol themed cans, making for a colorful collection.
National conventions, running mate selections and finger-pointing advertising will no doubt consume the media for the next few months. For the politically-wary, Tuesday, November 6 cannot come fast enough, but for political commentators and journalists alike, the circus show is just starting. We all bear witness to each President’s love/hate relationship with the media. Regardless of your party affiliation, we can all use a break from the campaigning every once in a while. With this in mind, I bring you, the funniest candid pictures of U.S. presidents…EVER.
Before we knew him as Dr. Seuss, he was Theodore Seuss Geisel, adman.