The New New Republic.
What impression do you want readers to walk away with after seeing the new logo?
Creative Director Dirk Barnett: That we are a must-read brand. Obviously it goes beyond the logo to communicate that, but as soon as we designed our first covers with it, we knew we had something vital. And energetic! One of the underlying principles of our redesign philosophy is to bring a new level of energy to the brand.
I Thought That New Star Trek Poster Looked Familiar
Leave it to slashfilm to quickly pull together all the examples of why that new Star Trek poster looks so very familiar. I guess dudes standing in front of stuff and broken-as-hell buildings are the hot new reused movie poster design trend.
Leaning Tower Of Ugly. Say hello to the ArcelorMittal Orbit, a 377 ft observation tower and piece of public art to serve as a permanent legacy of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. And by legacy, organizers mean a horrifically designed Erect-A-Set conceived by a 10-year-old on a sugar high with little concept for esthetics. The vanity project cost roughly $30,178,000. On the positive side, it might distract from the great dildo tower of London.
Formerly of BuzzFeed.
Named one of Buzzfeed's '90 Best Tumblrs Blogs of 2011.'
Editor of Tumblr's official Celebs tag and sometimes featured in News, Politics and Television.
Once 'pulled a Gwyneth' and appeared on BuzzFeed, HuffPo and Jezebel.
Obama follows me and I'm forever humbled.
Co-creator of Texts From Hillary.