Posted 03.06.2012 @ 3.21PM (Edited 03.06.2012 @ 3.22PM)
Really @nicelystrange ?
I can understand that the site may not be to everyone's taste but requesting a thread purely to request more work for Zann and Damien to do seems a little demanding.
To be honest I don't think I've ever written to the owner of a website to complain about aesthetics and request them to change it to better suit my personal preferences. But each to their own I guess.
Posted 25.05.2012 @ 9.17AM
Pretty much whatever @aistrope is listening to
@lorena genuinely surprised you're listening to Odd Future
Posted 06.10.2011 @ 9.16AM
::Especially when every other phone company is putting out dozens of different models every year that are far more disposable.
It feels like a refinement process for the iPhone at this stage, rather than completely changing the look and feel. I currently have an iPhone 3g which is always temperamental, and generally screws up a bit. I even took it into the store to run diagnostics and the guy said that the phone just couldn't keep up with the iOS as well anymore, nothing was actually wrong with it. I guess the difference these days is it's not really just a phone anymore, I always think about it like a mini computer; and really with the speed of technology they are out of date within 3 years so why should this be any different?
@lorena out of curiosity what sort of technology were you hoping to see with this release?
Posted 09.02.2011 @ 2.30PM
Interesting article on the Princess dilemma
@Lorena I get what you're saying about not really having a say once kids can talk back. My sister-in-law banned pink from the house when she had her two little girls, growing up their favourite colours were blue and green. Now the oldest is almost six and her favourite colour is hot pink and she loves Dora the Explorer - much to her mothers chagrin. I guess you can only do so much until they get cluey and think for themselves.
BTW I should have phrased one sentence better, I dislike princess outfits but I still smile when I see a little boy in a Spidey outfit in the supermarket. And my other half had to hold me back from buying a miniature Wonder Woman costume at Target last week (not for me personally ;p). For me being a super hero is better than being a damsel in distress.
Posted 09.12.2010 @ 8.04AM
Jesus Washington Post!
@Lorena I kept waiting even until the last line for some ironic, just kidding punchline. My only solace is the majority unsupportive comments this attracted. And he's Canadian go figure!
Posted 08.07.2010 @ 12.42AM
Well, I'd like to say a big thumbs up to fashion related posts.
When I joined the old site, I was fresh out of uni - purely graphic design focussed, I thought that was all I wanted to know about. Now, years later, the bulk of my work is as a fashion art director, going on shoots and setting out spreads for magazines, and LMFF.
Sure I'm still a total type nerd and illustrator is my best friend. But, that's not all I want to see. When I look at fashion (the actual garments) and fashion photography, I see lines, shapes, light and shadow - the composition and the objective. Its just another expression of form.
All creative fields go hand in hand, they all inspire and feed each other, nothing exists in a bubble.
@goaskalicia your points were beautifully made and @lorena I'm loving your work, keep up with the fashion posts, I'll be eagerly awaiting the next.