MOFAD – Museum of Food and Drink open in Brooklyn
On a leafy side street in Williamsburg you can find the temporary home of the Museum of Food and Drink – The MOFAD Lab. Billed as the city’s first food museum with exhibits you can eat. Their goal is to show how exciting it is to learn about the culture, history, science, production, and commerce of food and drink. The current exhibition, Flavor: Making It and Faking, has been extended through May 31st, 2016 and is totally worth the visit.
It was a true rockstar experience as fans lined up to meet and get one-on-one time with the powerhouse inventor.
Who Needs Pie When You Can Have Beer Instead?
Limited Edition Pumpkin Spiced Ale Brews
Star Wars: The Brands Awaken
Does it seem like you've as many R2-D2s as Christmas trees in the build up to this holiday season? With less than a month away to the release of Star...
3% Conference Highlights
This year I had the exciting opportunity to attend the 3% Conference, focused on growing the number of women in leadership roles in the creative field. The conference was chock full of brilliant women who have been pioneers in their field, and was powerful to see them coming together to unite around advancing equality and diversity in the creative field. It started as the brainchild of Kat Gordon, and has grown into a full on movement— with talent attending in droves from the world's premier agencies. Here were some of the highlights:
Do people have a shorter attention span than a goldfish?
Microsoft study says human attention span has shrunk to 8 seconds (while goldfish hang in for 9 seconds)
In The Red
Good design of well organized research data increases scientific literacy in the public. Could making this data convenient have a positive impact on our world?
What It Means To Be A Second Time Inc. 5000 Winner
Yesterday, the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America was released and Beardwood&Co. was included, for the second time.
A look into music videos as a source of inspiration.
Are you uncomfortable? Are you excited?
These are the words that hang above our critique wall in the studio, and you may hear us reference them from time to time. It's a dimension of how we...