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Of course there is a searchable web site that interviews designers about the title sequences they create for TV series. Only a real geek would follow that link. Here is the interview that covers a personal favourite: Mad Men. “AMC had all kinds of issues with having someone falling from a skyscraper.”
From the New York Times: “I’m flabbergasted by what happened to this little, simple nothing of an idea,” the designer Milton Glaser told The Village Voice in 2011. His idea for that 1977 tourism campaign was sketched on the back of an envelope with red crayon during a taxi ride. He did the work pro-bono.
Glaser died last week, aged 91.
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Identical octuplets. Where are my noise-cancelling headphones?
Sarah Cooper, author of “How To Be Successful Without Hurting Men’s Feelings”.
A YouTube comment: ‘Many people are saying that if women didn’t take pregnancy tests, there wouldn’t be so many babies’.
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Mercedes-Benz has a ‘digital house’ spread across three cities. One of them is Lisbon, which advertised for web developers, offering them a ‘speed date job interview’. Way to create great advertising.