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What I Learned Last Year

January 7, 2012


So what did I learn last year? Probably very little, maybe a lot. I know I processed a ton of shit in my head that came out my arms and through my computer and emerged into the world, that some how, hopefully informed, inspired and or engaged someone or something. I am sure though now […]

An interview with me

November 8, 2011


Brand / Identity with Jay Ferracane from Boulder Digital Works on Vimeo. Big thanks to the crew at BDW for the privilege to be doing what I am doing there. I think that mentoring the next crop of creatives, makers and thinkers is an important responsibility to all of us in the trench everyday. Share your knowledge, it continues to amaze me […]

bovine kits: a year in review

August 22, 2011


we are proud of the work we do in the cycling community every year. 2010 was all about continuing a tradition of disruption and unexpectedness. With work for many different folks and all flavor types…we really are covering the earth in a new approach to what cycling kits are and what they should look like. we hope you enjoy. […]

Design thinking will never die.

April 19, 2011


In reaction to Bruce Nussbaum’s articlein Fast Company recently…I can’t disagree more. I find more than a few problems with the whole notion that design thinking as an “experiment” has failed us and Bruce, as he states, is moving on…to his next book. See ya. First. Experiment? My career is an experiment, on an existential level I think “Whoa […]

In honor of the hustlers

December 21, 2010


If anyone has ever run their own business…I strongly encourage reading 2 books. “Let My People Go Surfing” by Yvon Chouinard ( founder of Patagonia). And Jay-z’s “Decoded” which I just finished reading and spawned this post. Both books really get down to the fact to make a business out of what you love you […]

thoughts on color, part of the bovine educational series. (yeah…right)

June 16, 2010


I originally gave this presentation on color to my creative team some time ago, and was recently having a conversation about color when i remembered this presentation. It was originally done in a conversational presentation format…which I will try to recreate here. And I owe credit heavily to for the formalized info and graphics […]

seeing your kids out in the world

May 7, 2010


For those of you who don’t have kids…don’t worry this should still make sense. I remember long before I ever had kids, I was in a shoe store with some friends. All of a sudden, a guy asks me ” You like those shoes?” I wheel around and it’s my Dad who took his lunch […]