Friday, November 21, 2008

Film Friday - 2

This week we have an exciting recap of the office retreat that University Communications attended in October. It was pretty much as intense as this video portrays. Enjoy!

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Speaking of movies...

For those in the mood for an outrageous film-watching experience, check out The Fall. I think I'll go ahead and deem this the most visually captivating film I've seen in 22 years (..ever). Shot on location in 18 countries around the world, over the course of some 5 years - it's absolutely stunning. If anything deserves the -overused/abused- word 'epic,' it's this film..

Great Independent MOVIE posters...

Independent movies usually lend a designer more artistic freedom. Here are some of my favorite independent posters– originally posted on Smashing Magazines.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Fun with Sharpies

I don't know if I could bring myself to do this, but I'm sure glad someone else had the inclination to Sharpie their Lamborghini!

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Google Earth Abstraction

I was goofing around looking at the Bay area and I stumbled upon (well no, lets be honest I wanted to geek out) SFO. I zoomed WAY in to see which aircraft were pulled up at the gates. I started looking around and I saw some incredible textures in the pavement and taxiways. Here is on of several screen grabs I took. So abstract but part of such a structured system. Click on the image to see it large, its a lot more interesting.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Goodbye Mazzarello

Most of you already know, but Bryan Mazzarello's last day at University Communications is on December 12th. He will be moving back to California to officially launch Mazzarello Media Arts full time and help out with a few non-profit organizations.

We wish you the best of luck Bryan. You and Stephanie will be in our prayers as you prepare for this transition. It is extremely important to remind you how thankful we are for ALL of your hard work. You have inspired many around you. Without your vision and leadership with the Mazz Squad, the INK Group would not be possible. Thank you.