I really don't care if you hate on Kanye. Yes, he does have an ego. Yes he does sometimes make obscene and immature public statements. However, being a fan of his music allows me to bypass his public attitude and enjoy what his talents really are. His beats are amazing, and so are his performances. He really goes above and beyond to try and bring the audience into the experience of his songs. The same goes for his music videos as well. The set for his VH1 Storytellers concert was extremely simple, yet powerful. The full LED lighted background, complete with a simple square light stage really played well with the sound of the music.
VH1 Storytellers: Heartless
Here is his most recent performance for his single, Power. The stage imagery and mountain feel really correlates with the song, and I think makes for a great show. Somehow, the song just wouldn't feel as right on any normal stage.
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
New package design by Landor in San Francisco.
According to them:
"Once the flagship brand for Miller Brewing Company, Miller High Life had over time been repositioned as a below-premium beer that belied both its product quality and rich 100+ year-old heritage. In order to improve consumer perception, we contemporized and better leveraged its revered and iconic brand elements—the Miller High Life Soft Cross and the Girl in the Moon. The new visual identity allows the brand to stretch beyond the below-premium category into a more premium territory that we think positions the brand to reclaim its iconic status."
My response? Stay classy High Life. Stay classy.
Friday, June 25, 2010
Yes, rolling your pants is in style. If you want, why not try your shorts as well. Hell maybe even your suit (prob better with no socks and slim pants). This look not only helps keep cool in the summer, but also adds a bit of individuality and flair to your outfit. The evidence is clear...and yes I'm talking to you Columbus and Cincinnati, who both seem to be slightly behind and somewhat slow to pick up on this trend.
Images from Italy, and the Prada show courtesy of The Sartorialist.
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Electrolux has announced a campaign to collect plastic from the ocean and introduce it into a line of 6 vacuum cleaners. An ambitious campaign with a great idea behind it. The different pieces of plastic will be formed together to look something like the rendering below. More can be found at Vac From the Sea.