I seek to create intrigue. If I pick up something that genuinely intrigues me, it's because it provokes more questions than answers. I constantly feel like I'm trying to crack a code. I want people to try to connect the dots. If you look at it and immediately get it, if the image tells you all you need to know at face value - then what’s the point? I like to peel my own fruit.
It’s funny. I was watching a TED Talk about procrastination and how procrastinators are the most conceptual people. Most artists are procrastinators. Sometimes you need the pressure and you need the extra time. It just needs to be in the back of your head. You’re not the person who’s like, "We're going to do this thing. Great." You're like, "No. I need to really mull it over."
“If you want to teach people a new way of thinking, don't bother trying to teach them. Instead, give them a tool, the use of which will lead to new ways of thinking.”
— R. Buckminster Fuller
We don’t indulge in rounds and rounds of art direction from our clients. Our process is simple—collaborate with client on strategy, deliver to client thoughtful creative.
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“Most (young) brands are trying to touch the broadest audience possible. To please everyone. Big mistake! They should do the exact opposite: aim at exclusivity. If you dare to be 100% you, you get something invaluable for your brand in return: personality and attitude. And that creates desire.”