Whether spoken out or written down, I love words to a great deal. Put in form like the 1843’s tale The Ugly Duckling, the video-game Heavy Rain or the movie Zodiac, words tell us so much. And stories entice me. I love reading about the Black Dahlia murder, the life of Vasily Zaytsev or the […]
Month: May 2014
This is a produced concept and execution for Greenpeace at the festival of Lowlands. Greenpeace wanted an activation that was both nice to compete in, as well as nice to watch. As they were campaigning with “Save the Arctic”, we turned Lake Lowlands into icebergs with oil rigs, which visitors had to ‘steal’. They repeated […]
Together with a Jonas Kamber, I ran Lookslikegooddesign, which later moved to LLGD.NET. Jonas did most in the founding years, I from 2012 to 2014. I’d select designs from submissions but also the likes of Behance, crop them onto the right size and have three posts per day, catering to around 15.000 visitors per day, or […]
Are junior talent programmes a dump?
Are junior talent programmes a dump? Directly after the surprise announcement of Daniil Kvyat landing a Toro Rosso seat for 2014, my Twitter feed was filled with remarks about the young Russian; good, bad and others just stating the facts. Will Buxton GP2 and GP3 commentator, tweeted; ‘First reaction? Yet another Red Bull decision that […]