The title of this post might disturb my wife, but I’m man enough to admit that I have an unhealthy level of admiration for Bill Kurtis.
I love Bill Kurtis for his panache.
I love Bill Kurtis for his wit.
I love Bill Kurtis for his humanity.
And I love that if someone searches for “I Love Bill Kurtis” in Google, this article will appear on the first page of results.
What John does best is help people find the courage and the sense of humor to consider whole new, "wrong" ways of bringing their stories, ideas, and innovations out into the world.
In 2009, inspired by the bike culture in Copenhagen and Amsterdam, a small group of young designers in my program called Project M conceived and launched a new bicycle collective called Nada Bike. Nada is a community of people who believe that sometimes simple is best and that "less is more." Less cars, less gas, less smog, less paint, less gears, less lycra, less fat. More independence, more health, more freedom, more sustainability, more DIY, more fun.
A quick note to all the graphic designers. We've extended the deadline to submit Food Day logos to 11:59 PM (MT) this Sunday, the 23rd. So you now have the full weekend to work on it!
WOW. This photo came from one of our followers, Kelly Finnamore. Yes, it is a real tattoo. And yes, he knows we don't use this logo as often. He wanted to make sure everybody can read it! How awesome is that?
This was originally posted by Joshua Onysko on the Pangea Organics Facebook page. Now that you're all back at work, we thought we'd pass it along...
Over the years many people have acted surprised when they hear that Pangea, (a known socially active company), does not close on MLK Day, and this is why.
There are several of these beautifully made RSA Animate videos that have been making the rounds for a while. This one, adapted from a talk by Dan Pink, illustrates the hidden truths behind what really motivates us at home and in the workplace. (Hint: it’s not necessarily money.)
This morning's headline out of the UK reads, "U.S. loses appetite for Jamie Oliver as 75 LA school districts turn away his Food Revolution show" and for some reason, it didn't really come as a surprise because sometimes, when a message hurts, it's easier to just shoot the messenger.
After spending 11 years in advertising as a creative professional, I found myself sitting in the office of my new boss: CEO of the largest bank headquartered in Maine. I was his new marketing director. I prided myself on being a guy with big ideas. And I was there to tell him about my big idea for his bank.
“We should be the greenest bank in Maine.”