I bought this book because ‘Hey Whipple, Squeeze This’ is my bible and got me into advertising. I didn’t expect such a private and personal book, nor Luke Sullivan to be able to write such a thing. But this book is totally separate of the other, and creates a thirty-room-world of its own. The stories […]
Interesting theses which I want to believe, but the book is merely a collection of anecdotal evidence, and sadly never makes the choice between being a personal recollection, or giving a wide objective view on the world, nor does it ever give a complete answer to its outset. To introduce this book as a ‘personal […]
Minds are lonely places. We can never share our thoughts and feelings without translating them into words or actions, nor can we ever look into those of others. The best thing we can do, is to assume that the complex workings of our minds are also present in those of others. But it is precisely […]
Although written slightly dry, it’s a gripping read. Not as apocalyptic as 1984 or Brave New World, but definitely in that category, as perhaps this near reality scenario is equally frightening. What’s compelling is the total descent into a world without privacy that happens with reason, albeit the wrong kind of reason, and the fact […]
June 2017 — A trip to West Lake, Hangzhou.