Posted by Shirley Brady on April 5, 2011 04:00 PM
Take a 6-minute break and check out this Intel Visual Life short film (by Brooklyn-based m ss ng p eces) on Wolff Olins cofounder, the British designer Michael Wolff.
He weighs in on branding not only verbally, but (of course) via visual cues to his personal aesthetic system — watch for his Pantonesque color-coded mugs, shirts, markers and umbrellas. And if you have nine more minutes...
Don't miss this m ss ng p eces piece: a just-released 2006 interview with New York producer/musician James Murphy, who on Saturday night played his final gig as the frontman of the now-disbanded LCD Soundsystem in a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden.
Murphy talks about the future of taste, discovery in the age of recommendation engines and algorithms, and why lifestyle marketing "scares the crap" out of him:
m ss ng Murphy from m ss ng p eces on Vimeo.
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