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Abe Burmeister: How I Built A Fashion Brand With No Experience
Thursday, August 9th, 2012 by colby

Abe Burmeister: How I Built A Fashion Brand With No Experience, Just Punk Rock Spirit (And The Web) from Piers Fawkes on Vimeo.

Amazing video about how Abe started his brand and how anyone has the ability to do the same with the internet.

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Week in Recap
Saturday, January 21st, 2012 by colby

Last Saturday (Jan 14), James Jean was signing at Gallery Nucleus and I dropped by to pick up the book & got it signed by James “I’m fucking James Jean, bitch!” Jean. Cool dude, awesome artist, anddd I just noticed he drew a penis and signed it. Good Job James, you got me.

All week I’ve been listening to KoreansGoneBad podcast by David Choe, Harry Kim, Yoshi, & Joey. It is probably one of the most hilarious, sickest, raw, intense, real podcast out there. Must listen. James Jean also makes a few appearances on it. But David Choe is such a fucking beast on that thing.

After signing that night, I went to a friend’s birthday party….in a CASTLE in Hollywood! I was kind of tired that night and thought it was going to be at a club in Hollywood so I was going to pass then I hear it’s going to be at a castle! Colby’s in. I couldn’t get any great pics but these will do. It had a bridge, moat, the whole works.

The rest of week I was sick in and out of work but I made some sketches.

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Less and More: The Design Ethos of Dieter Rams
Saturday, August 27th, 2011 by colby

This is something I really want to go to and I probably might head to SF just for this show.

Exhibition in August 27, 2011 – February 20, 2012

Widely regarded as one of the most influential industrial designers of our time, Dieter Rams produced iconic works and innovative ideas (in particular his advocacy for “less but better” design) that have proved seminal for our contemporary design culture. For more than 40 years, Rams was the lead designer for the German household appliance company Braun. He has also been the active designer for German furniture company VitsÅ“ since his start there in 1959. This exhibition includes more than 200 models and objects by Rams and his team, as well as contemporary designs in?uenced by his Ten Principles of Good Design, such as Apple computers.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

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