You On Demand is China’s first ever in-home on demand service. With its rollout, millions of Chinese will have direct access to some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters in high definition, right in their homes. Red Peak Group took on the unique challenge of communicating this very exciting service but very foreign product concept to a market that’s been cut off from the majority of Hollywood films and in which the predominant method of access to films is black-market, bootleg copies.Read More
While Netflix is usually my go to for a good watch (mostly because it’s cheap), I often struggle to find high quality films. Nevertheless, I’ve managed to dig up some real gems that shouldn’t be missed. Here are my top 10 picks that are sure to enhance your design i-queue.
This in-depth look at Milton Glaser, just named the most influential graphic designer of the past half-century by GDUSA readers, is a must watch. This documentary explores Glaser’s prolific career which includes the famous “I Heart NY” campaign and his early days at New York magazine.Read More
Called “The Masterpiece of Magazines” by the Wall Street Journal, Vintage Magazine challenges all preconceptions of what a magazine can be.
Magazine creator Ivy Baer Sherman refers to her works as “portable museums”; each issue is a wealth of great art, commentary, and innovative use of 2D and 3D space. Paging through an issue, one encounters die cuts, hand made art pieces, movable and pop up elements, in addition to beautifully curated illustration and photography.Read More
So I gave in to the hype and downloaded Vine on my iPhone. I’m already addicted but I did find a few setbacks.
The idea behind Vine is to record a video on your smartphone in short segments or all at once. It took a bit of practice to get the hang of it (which may be in part due to my annoyingly shaky hands) but all you have to do is hold your finger down on the screen to record and let go to stop. Vine — like its parent company Twitter — adds a little twist to the usual post with a resulting video of just 6 seconds. I was impressed with how quickly the video is processed and then can be shared on Vine, Twitter or Facebook (more on that later). It definitely reminds me of Instagram for videos.Read More