Incarcerated youth just don’t have the same opportunities as the general population, especially when it comes to NY state law. Once convicted of a crime (no matter how mild or serious) they instantly become social outcasts and their options for advancement is severely limited. Drive Change is a food truck business that hires and trains formerly imprisoned youth as part of an innovative re-entry program.
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Taking a page out of Microsoft’s book after the brand promoted its Surface tablets with over-sized 27-foot models in London’s Trafalgar Square, Louis Vuitton has put their own spin on the idea by installing a giant monogrammed trunk in a promotional stunt right by the brand’s upcoming presentation space in Moscow… I dig it!
This guy rocks… who wouldn’t want a GI Joe action figure of themselves!
Swedish travel and lifestyle photographer Jens Lennartsson knows that to get noticed by art directors or agencies, you’ll need to make an “epic impression,” and epic was exactly what he was going for when he decided to create an action figure of himself packaged in a box featuring his skills, abilities, and, of course, his work.
Lennartsson worked with a few other creatives to create the GI Jens action figure, a smaller version of the photographer, complete with a camera in hand and shoulder bag over its tiny shoulder.
We work in an industry where the ground is constantly shifting beneath our feet. Thriving in that environment can’t be about creating constricting structures and process. It has to be about the people—highly talented, curious, open and collaborative people—who make it work.
So here’s to the freaks. Take care of them, and they’ll take care of you.