Monthly Archives: May 2010

Light Graffiti

Some awesome light graffiti photography done by Jimmy Iles, Director of Ops for Music Without Labels & Beat-Play, LLC. Really awesome pictures here. Which one do you like the best?

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MWL Light Graffiti

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The Midi Gun – I think I need one.

This is another great example of how technology is changing the tone of music, literally. If you don’t believe me, check out some of the pioneers in this area and Enter the WHITEvoid for Yourself.

Wild Drum Set Designs

Interesting compilation of uniquely designed drum sets. I don’t really know how practical the Ice or Paper Kits are, but the Keg Drums are looking pretty realistic. What do you think?

How to Make An Ice Kit

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MUTO Wall Art Animation by BLU – DISGUSTING! Would be the Best Music Video EVER

Top 10 Album Designs

10. Pink Floyd – Dark Side of the Moon

Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon Cover

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Emil Kozak – SICK Danish Designer

This guy makes some of the sickest pattern designs for snowboards, skateboards, surfboards, bikes…even dells, and more, that I’ve ever seen. Something about those Danish designers. You GOTTA check out Emil Kozak!

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On Work – Kahlil Gibran

This was Tupac’s favorite poet. Since reading this poem he has become my new favorite poet. I thought I’d share this one because it’s very relevant to this blog’s topics, messages, and missions.

On Work
Kahlil Gibran

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Free Music Monday: 10 Downloads from Mashable!

Thanks to our friends at Mashable the public has been continuously provided with 10 free music downloads each week for our listening pleasure. Click through the Mashable link to download this awesome list of songs! Continue reading

Social Interaction Online Right Now is Still a Baby

Like this guy - My new pup Bishop

First came Myspace – Nothing more than a glorified account profile complete with videos, music, pictures, blogs, messages, comments, and more. Then came Facebook with most of the same features, plus a higher level of social interaction with live updates and chat options.

Though Facebook’s level of social interaction is higher than myspace’s, and though that is probably the reason why Facebook eventually came out on top, even Facebook’s level of social interaction is still very simple for the time being.

It’s safe to say the web is in the infancy stages of figuring out the extent of social interaction online. Sure Facebook is a great tool to keep in touch with friends, but is the level of interaction they offer good for much else?

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It’s About Time Advertisers Started Being Useful

This was the Aircel ad in Mumbai with an real inflatable boat attached to it, the Slogan was “In case of emergency, cut the rope.”

July 15, 2009 there was flooding in Mumbai and people did exactally what was written on the billboard ad, they cut lose the rope

Big brands and advertisers need to offer their customers something in exchange for doing the marketing for them. It’s time ads were actually useful at least.

Word of mouth is the single biggest spreader of anything, hands down. If you don’t believe me, check out this quote I found in Seth Godin’s book, Idea Virus: “You cannot sell a man who isn’t listening; word of mouth is the best medium of all; and dullness won’t sell your product, but neither will irrelevant brilliance.” – Bill Bernbach, former dean of American Advertising. I don’t think this quote could be any more true, even though it’s over 20 years old.

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