YOUNG HUNTER

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very addictive! from Burning Palms

HAPPY WORLD EGG DAY 2014 (October 10th)

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PETA wishes a happy world egg day! Directed by Djawid Hakimyar

word on the street

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Wanna fly?

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Screen Shot 2014-10-06 at 12.16.31 μ.μ.

by design crush

Complements

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Complements from Complements Project on Vimeo.

Complements is a portrait project by Leta Sobierajski and Wade Jeffree that explores our complementary relationship through portrait photography. Sometimes surreal, vulgar, or grotesque, the imagery is original and stemmed from the overwhelming amount of hilarious couple photos found on the internet. More here

Outside the box

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Moving On

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Moving On from Rasmus Bak on Vimeo.

A wonderful little animation by Rasmus Bak

Briefly

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Briefly from Bassett & Partners on Vimeo.

Every project starts with a brief.
But very few projects end up with exceptional results. Why?
As a disruptive brand and design strategy firm that creates briefs across multiple creative disciplines including Advertising, Design, and Innovation, Tom Bassett, CEO of Bassett & Partners (and founder of MindSwarms), was curious to understand how some of the world’s most consistently exceptional creative talents thought about – and used – the brief.

Breakdown

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From Peaking Lights! Enjoy

There’s only one way to end the cycle

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Aaron Dignan: How To Think Like a Startup

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Aaron Dignan: How To Think Like a Startup from 99U on Vimeo.

We all know about the nimble startup that outflanks the big guys. But how can larger institutions take advantage of the same cultural phenomena as their smaller, newer counterparts? In this presentation, Undercurrent founding partner Aaron Dignan juxtaposes the characteristics that make businesses (and some aspects of nature) last for the long haul.
The most successful companies of the digital age display characteristics of what Dignan calls a “complex adaptive system.” They are networks instead of hierarchies, they process information rather than manage it, and they adapt rather than sustain. By thinking like a complex adaptive system, Dignan says, “you will be able to handle complexity and scale and you’ll be able to adapt in a way that your competition won’t.”

welcome to the working week

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