I’ve been founding and helping run technology companies since 1999. My latest company is fab.com. Here are 57 lessons I’ve learned along the way. I could have listed 100+ but I didn’t want to bore you.
1. Build something you are personally passionate about. You are your best focus group.
Fantastic stills by Tod McLellan.
The Last Breakfast
Brian Stuckey spent 3 months drawing The Last Breakfast, where all your favorite breakfast mascots get together for one last breakfast
Change it’— just as its name implies— is an innovative wall decoration that allows you to change its colors every minute. Each of the triangles used to make up the item has three different colors on their sides, including white, black and rainbow shade. Therefore, you can turn these triangles to form different pictures on the wall.
Converse All Star Marimekko via sneakersnstuff ( Tack Malin! ;)
Great concept from the always forward thinking Red Bull. Street Art View is a collaborative collection of Google’s Street View locations showcasing street art all over the globe. Tag your favorite spot, share it with friends and help build the biggest art collection in the world.
Koby Bryant - Bruce Willis - Danny Trejo …. directed by Robert Rodrigues! Epic!
Tagline: “Dramamine. Beat Motion Sickness.”
I kinda of like the illustrations…
Agency: JWT, Caracas, Venezuela
the new very pretty campaign for Olivers people ( glasses and sunglasses it isn’t soft porn they are selling ;)
concept cigarettes from Ernest Perera
Clothing made of cellulose sheets produced by fermentation microbes. Just yeast, sweetened tea, and bacteria in a bathtub. A provocative ‘en garde’ challenging notions of “eco-conscious” or “sustainable fashion.” How far will we go? How far can we? And remind us, what are we really searching for? At least we know the investigation can be beautiful…
BioCouture created by Suzanne Lee, now on display at the Science Museum in London as part of “Trash Fashion: designing out waste” exhibition
Revellers at the Puma Social After Hours launch party enjoyed a fun evening of golf thanks to creative agency Right Angle Studio.
As part of Puma Social’s After Hours Athlete campaign, honouring the art of late night, social sports, the studio created a portable nine-hole golf course at the Roller Warehouse in collaboration with Australian graphic designers Rinzen, Darcel Disappoints, and Tin & Ed.
‘One of the key aims of the project was to help people to socialise and to ensure that the event didn’t become too competitive,’ Barrie Barton, creative director at Right Angle Studio, tells LS:N Global. ‘Players set off in groups of four, which encouraged conviviality, and the whimsical design of the holes ensured that no-one took it too seriously.’
Each hole was based on late night themes, including ‘The Cock Block’, ‘The Third Wheel’, and ‘The Door Bitch’, with party guests battling it out to become the ultimate after hours athlete.
I am not a fan of Puma but I like the idea of After Hours Athlete…