28 February 2008

Bird boy.

Bird boy.

27 February 2008


Revised Gorilla vs. Booze poster now featuring El Guincho Verdad. SxSW 2008. Austin, Tejas.
El Guincho Verdad

Sports Illustrated linkage.

The dude who designed Chris' header had sent him an mp3 of Jason Kidd's middling exploration of west coast hip-hop, then the Duke lent a hand.

Chris' original post here.


More GvsBooze ephemera:

Pete Ohs, a Cincy-based video director, and local Emmy winner, very kindly whipped up an utterly brilliant 30-second promotional spot for the SxSW affair otherwise known as Gorilla vs. Booze.

Check it. Check it thrice.

26 February 2008

Lux Business Management: Business Card

lux_biz_printed.jpg(roughly true to size)

20 February 2008

19 February 2008

Kidd's Domain.

Kidd's Domain.The exchange is now official. Kidd's here. Welcome to Kidd'stown. Dirk, Kidd, Jason, Josh, Stack, JJ Barea, Brandon Bass, Damp, Eddie Jones...it's never-ending, this nucleus.

Very positive analysis hither (via Jennings).

Kidd's Domain II
Kidd's Domain III

18 February 2008

Gorilla vs. Bear Presents:
Liars /// No Age
Hailey's, Denton, TX, 02.17.08

A very polite Angus Andrew, frontman for the fantastic Berlin-based foursome, Liars.

Dean Spunt and Randy Randall of No Age, an inspring tour de force de la ciudad de Los Angeles.

Show announcement.
The post.

17 February 2008

Sickest dunk.

14 February 2008

Development Fashion Consulting Business Card, Printed.

actual size
Actual size. 1" x 3".


4014 CommerceHere.

13 February 2008

"TM" in Helvetica Regular on HerschelMoving Van - Herschel.Oaklawn and Newton CourtBotanica Santo Nino-Ochun: 4420 Maple AvenueOnscott Ave.

12 February 2008

Today's News.

The incredible story of two giants with a common goal.
gym rats.

Pi house.


The & at ( and _____.

Strange coincidence. Took this Polaroid of 4734 Maple Ave. at 10:47:34 in the morning on 02.12.08. In the world of design, today -- officially dubbed "212 Day" -- apparently has some special meaning. Apparently, anyway. Numbers are weird.
4734 Maple Ave.

11 February 2008

10 February 2008

Shadows + Emulsion Sliding: Hall StreetThe Stoneleigh PeighWelborn Grass: 5:37Blackburn and Oak LawnFaux Calder of Welborn and Hall

06 February 2008

Roons and GalfourthHeckley and BlinkleyEmulsion PlazaJempsom and Ledgeglick

04 February 2008

Super Bowl News


02 February 2008

Gorilla vs. Bear Presents:
Super Furry Animals/The Fiery Furnaces
The Granada Theater 02.01.08

Eleanor and Matthew Friedberger of the fantastic Fiery Furnacesthe Fiery Furnaces.Gruff Rhys, certifiably one of the nicer gents you'll come across.Gruff Rhys of the Super Furry Animals.

The post.

01 February 2008

Business News

Microsoft steps up to the plate, making a $44 billion bid for Yahoo! in a move that crushed Google stocks when the Dow opened on Friday.

Business pundits immediately bombarded spokespeople about what the proposed tech behemoth would be called. According to reports, Microsoft spokesman Jeffers Slage was overheard telling Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times that the two tech giants will "leverage our companies' global brand equity and reform as Microhoo!"

For years insiders have known, or at least speculated, that Microsoft was courting the search pioneer, but even Wall Street was shocked by Friday's announcement.

An anonymous source at Goldman Sachs approved of the move, but cautioned that consolidation and integration improperly executed can leave a mess too rough to clean up.

"There are inordinate possibilities here. It's the most viable link to both companies' futures, but big mergers of established powerhouses take time and can produce irreversible results. We didn't need Microhoo! or whatever the hell they're calling it to go the way of any number of mergers. Cultures collide and you have an AOL-Time Warner on your hands. Don't tell anyone that, though. This business conversation is off the record.

That said, we're expecting that Google will respond to the merger by buying the newly-formed Microhoo! to become one of the most frightening companies ever conceived."

Google's stock dropped 9% on Friday.